http://www.paintoversprayremovaloftexas.com/ Paint Overspray Removal of Texas is here to provide impeccable services in and out of the U.S. at a low cost. We specialize in the safe removal of Protective Marine Coatings & Polyurethane spray-foam in the form of overspray damage to vehicles. These products are some of the most adhesive and have the longest life span when applied to any surface. This is why there are so widely used in the construction business. The flip side of that coin is, there also very hard to removed when sprayed on a vehicle or another painted surface. The normal cleaning methods that every other paint overspray removal company uses including me, is the clay-bar from Auto Magic. This is an excellent product and works great on most vehicles damaged with paint overspray. When a vehicle is heavily damaged with Protective Coatings or spray-foam insulation, the clay-bar cannot remove it by itself.
Many years ago long before the clay-bar had been invented, I used a method that I call ” blading or shaving a car “. I use a single edged carbon tipped razor blade to safely remove any type of overspray damage. I have over 23 years of experience using this technique and have repaired thousands of vehicles in this manner. Most people that own detail-shops have very little experience with removing overspray. Plus their normal customers don’t come in for overspray removal work. For over two decades, every vehicle that I have repaired had some sort of overspray damage. The only way to become truly proficient in repairing vehicles is numbers. The more vehicles you repair, the more proficient you become at it. I have traveled all over the United States and beyond managing claims for major insurers and contractors, saving them millions over the years.
When I go to manage an overspray project, am basically agreeing to make the repairs without truly knowing the extent of the vehicle’s damages. I have never turned tail and had to head back to the house because I could not make the repairs. My blading technique has never failed me. You will also notice in my videos that when possible, I invite my customers to observe the cleaning process first hand, to prove that no damage is occurring doing my cleaning process. I do all the filming using a Sony HD camera for super close ups. I always do a pre-existing damage report, so that the customer can be made aware of any damages other than overspray. Plus it makes a great video when you remove all of the damages including pre-existing.
There are several other ways to remove overspray other than my blading method or the clay-bar, and I have tried them all. First the Nano Skin auto-scrub, this is a pad that you attach to a portal or a high speed buffer. This will scuff a black car so bad that you have to buff it to restore the finish. I have seen several demonstration videos of vehicles that have been repaired using this method. None of the vehicles repaired were black, or were taken outside under the sun light to see how they really look when this product is used. Another way to remove overspray is to wet-sand a vehicle which diminishes the clear-coat and voids the factory warranty. My method is fool proof but clearly not for everyone. Check out some of my best work linked below, none of my work has ever been duplicated by anyone on the internet or elsewhere.