Most people must realise how often paint gets on things it shouldn't. If you run your hand over the paint and windows of your car and feel bumps and see small spots of colour, you may have rust. And you didn't get rid of that when you washed your car, so it's probably overspray. You can't get the paint spots off by washing the car.
Paint overspray happens when paint particles are transported through the air, potentially for several miles based on wind conditions, and land on nearby vehicles. If you don't get rid of them, they can cause permanent damage to the paint on your car. Our methods for cleaning and removing dependency on the type of finish and dirt. The way we take things apart won't void any warranties.
We work closely with many construction companies, pool companies, and paint companies in the area to safely remove overspray from vehicles that were accidentally sprayed while painting office buildings, apartment complexes, residential homes, building inground pools, and other vehicles. We also take care of damage caused by paving roads and painting them.
Step 1: Wash Process followed by Clay Bar
Step 2: Wet Sanding (if needed)
Step 3: Buffing & Polishing
Step 4: Removes all polish residue.
Step 5: Waxing the Vehicle
1. During our detailing process, we take great care to remove all overspray on your vehicle's plastic trim. However, we want to inform you that there are some instances where overspray may go through the plastic and cannot be guaranteed to be completely removed.
2. If you request to remove the overspray on the wheels, an additional amount of $140 - $220 for each wheel will apply.