Overspray Removal Process For Car Owner
Nationwide Overspray’s hand process gently removes car overspray without harming the clear coat for car owners. We do not remove overspray with any kind of mechanical buffers. Everything is done by hand. We may use a dual-action buffer in the final polishing step to hone the finish to a glossy shine.
Techniques and Products
Proprietary cleaning products and techniques ensure unmatched results. No sanding or buffing is performed to ensure the vehicle is returned to its previous condition or better. These techniques vary depending on the vehicle finish and type of contamination. Nearly 4 decades of experience has taught us how to remove overspray from cars using the best method of cleaning for any situation. We always start with the least aggressive technique.
Estimated Time of Overspray Removal Process for Car Owners
How long does it take to remove paint overspray on cars? Removal time varies based on the size, color, and severity of the overspray. One vehicle can take anywhere from 2-5 hours to complete.
Is your car overspray removal process safe for my vehicle? Our process to remove paint overspray on cars is manufacturer approved and dealership recommended. Our process ensures only the overspray contaminant is removed, and the clear coat is neither harmed nor affected.
Do I need to take my vehicle to your location? No. Nationwide Overspray is fully mobile, meaning we will come to your house, school, work, or wherever the vehicle is located and repair it on-site. If you are local to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, we have a location in Carrollton. You can drop your vehicle off there if need be.
Experience and Professionalism
Beyond knowing how to remove overspray from cars, we take each car overspray process very seriously for car owners. We hear from car owners all the time who say, “My car hasn’t looked this good in years.” We want to provide not only quality work on your car’s finish but also customer service that is exceptional. We treat your car like it’s our own.