Scratching and rubbing your paint vigorously with a towel, plastic razor, or brush will do nothing other than install a bunch of swirls and scratches into your paint.
We see this time and time again. It just adds more work to your vehicle because now there’s two parts that we have to address:
The first part is removing the overspray. Sometimes it’s easy, sometimes it’s very difficult. It depends on the type of paint and the surface that it’s on (i.e trim vs wheels vs paint vs glass).
Many times, even with safe removal methods, it will cause minor marring to the paint. Because of this, a light polish will be needed to remove the marring.
However, if you aggressively scratch your paint, we’ll then have to use a more intense method of paint correction to remove those heavy swirls and scratches you caused.
When you see small colored specs on your paint or feel a rough texture on the panel when you slide your hand over it, it’s due to tiny paint particles that have landed on your vehicle.
Usually this happens when you’re near a construction site or someone is painting outside and the wind carries over a very thin layer of paint particles over to your vehicle.
It’s most likely all over your vehicle; glass, paint, trim, wheels, etc… it’s not fun to see, let alone to remove it from all those surfaces.
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1. Wash the vehicle; including wheels, tires, and fenders
2. Start the removal process with various tools and products; clay bar and adhesive remover
3. Wipe down the affected areas to remove any chemical residue
4. Light polish to remove any light marring, swirls, or scratches
5. Add spray wax for shine and protection
6. Dress tires with a water-based, no-sling dressing
Yes, we travel all across Baltimore, Glen Burnie, Lutherville Timonium, Owings Mills, Parkville, Pikesville, and surrounding areas. We’d detail the vehicle at your home, apartment, or work location. It makes life much easier for you
A clay bar treatment is a great option to cleanse the paint from above surface contaminants. It’s what we do on every wash and wax service. However, when it comes to overspray, it’ll need to be “pulled” off differently. You can spend more time claying but you won’t get favorable results. It’s a very tedious and time consuming process.
Generally speaking, yes. We can remove it from glass, wheels, fenders, trim, etc… However, that doesn’t mean we’ll be able to remove 100% of all the overspray. But some areas and surfaces will be more problematic than others, especially depending on the type of paint that landed on your vehicle.
t might be able to remove a tiny fraction of the overspray that has landed on your vehicle, but for the most part, it won’t do much. You can try your best to work the product into the area with a towel but you’re not going to see a significant difference.