Overspray is an airborne pollutant that may blow and drop on any surface, such as your automobile, and is frequently the consequence of painting jobs or industrial waste. Although most people associate overspray with paint and industrial debris, it can also contain bugs and road tar. These microscopic paint particles are discharged into the air, where they are blown by the wind and settle on everything they come into touch with. In this context, this refers to the paint of your automobile. And not only your car’s paint, because paint overspray is not selective. It will adhere to any surface of your vehicle, regardless of material: paint, glass, rubber moldings, plastic trim, wheels even your tires. Overspray Removal is a technique for removing contaminants from the environment, making the car’s surface brighter and smoother without removing the clear coat.
Water Based / Latex Based / Consumer Grade Paint
Oil Based / Solvent Based Acrylic / Contractor Grade Paint
Epoxy based / Industrial Grade Paint/ Urethane based / Xylene / Sealers / Concrete Paint / Road Paint / Paver Sealer
Overspray Removal is a process of eliminating chemicals that often takes 1 to 2 hours, depending on the condition of the contaminents on your car. The Clay Bar is the most vital tool for cleaning impurities from non-porous surfaces like paint, glass, and trims.
We’ve seen overspray remain on the paint for an extended period and still be able to remove it with the right processes.
Yes, we have removed overspray from interiors, but we are much more cautious when it comes to interiors since it might harm your inside leather, panels, or plastic, so let us take care of that. We can remove from outer glass, wheels, and trim come and see us we can solve your overspary issues.