Touch Up Combo Matte Clearcoat

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  • Description

    With the 2 in 1 applicator, the Combo’s versatility is good for those who don’t know how severe the scratch is. Our Matte Clearcoats are specifically designed to match the most common finishes offered by manufacturers. We offer finishes ranging from very Matte (think chalkboard) to semi-gloss. We have 5 levels of Matte finish: 

    • FC01 – Flat. Common with interiors and auto trims. Some motorcycles have this level of Matte. 
    • FC02 – Matte. This is a less common level of Matte. This is still dry looking but will have some sheen. 
    • FC03 – Eggshell. This is our most common finish especially for motorcycle colors. 
    • FC03 has a slight sheen and silkiness to it. 
    • FC04 – Satin. Seen with some motorcycle manufactures that are going for a Matte look but want their colors to shine. Less common than FC03. 
    • FC05 – Semi-gloss. This is very common with automotive manufactures like Mercedes and BMW. This has a very obvious sheen to it and will look very silky when dry. 

    Note: If you are unsure about what Matte finish you need, please reach out to our customer support so they can help guide you. Click here to contact.

    Product Description 

    • Resistance to abrasion and scratching

    • Desired level of Matte

    1. If using the Brush applicator, hold the container with the black brush cap pointing up. Twist to open. Remove excess Clearcoat by lightly dragging the brush along the inside opening as you remove it from the container.
    2. If using the Pen applicator, use a soft cloth to prime the tip. Carefully depress the tip until it is saturated with the Clearcoat. This will take 30-60 seconds. Lightly dab the Clearcoat onto the area to be painted. If using the pen end, do not use a drawing or rubbing motion as if using a marker; simply dab.
    3. If using the Brush end, lightly brush the paint onto the area to be painted. Cover the area thoroughly and allow it to dry for 5-10 minutes. Repeat this process applying 2-3 coats of Clearcoat. Allow to dry for 24 hours before polishing.
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