Specializing in Removal of the Following Contaminants


•Latex                                        •Vandalism
•Urethane                                  •Fire and Flood Remediation
•Epoxy                                       •Chemical Emissions
•Tar/Oil                                      •Volcanic Ash
•Cement                                    •Acid Rain

We are the industry leader at providing superior contamination and paint overspray removal from cars, RVs, aircraft, buildings and more.  In addition, our highly skilled technicians are capable of handling any and all possible overspray types.  

With our mobile on-site repair program we bring our expertise directly to you or your effected clients.  Our overspray specialists can respond to most claims within 24 hours anywhere in the nation.  Whether it’s 1 vehicle or 1,000 vehicles, National Overspray Removal is your best choice for expert management and service.

overspray removal jobsite

National Overspray Removal understands the complexity that an overspray claim presents to you and your clients.  Most of all, our overspray repair programs are tailored to meet the needs of your industry.  If you’re a paint contractor, insurance adjuster, dealership, or an individual vehicle owner we have a program developed to meet your needs.  Learn more by clicking the link that is relevant to your industry.

If you need a free estimate or are ready to file an overspray claim you’ve come to the right place.  Contact us by phone or click on either link on the right hand side of the page.  Our knowledgeable staff will provide you with all the answers you need to put your mind at ease.  

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National Overspray Removal

Need a free estimate for overspray repairs?  From our contact page you can send your request and additionally check out some of the nice words some of our customers are saying about us.

Before & After Slides

before & after overspray

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What is Overspray

latex overspray spill

What is Overspray? How does it happen? Is my vehicle safe?