Car Interior spillages - Should I claim on my insurance?
One of the most common spillages we see in cars is paint when the cans pop open. It causes quite a mess and can take quite a bit of cleaning up.
This begs the question, should you claim on your insurance? For that matter, do you have any recourse with whoever sold you the tin of paint?
Here are some more of our latest #Decontamination videos
Paint Spillage Clean-up | Audi Q3
This Audi was new, and so we can only imagine how the customer felt when he spilled paint in the back of his car. Luckily he found our article on spilt paint in cars and did all the right things before bringing it to us.Watch Video
Paint Spill Clean-Up | Audi Q7
This Audi was practically new when it came to us with paint spilled in the back, which must have been heartbreaking for the customer.Watch Video
Paint Spill in Car | Range Rover
This nearly new Range Rover Sport came to us with red paint spilled in the back, and we were tasked with cleaning it up.Watch Video
Accident Clean-up Car Exterior
Have you had paint splattered on your car? Maybe it was splashed with concrete, pitch, tar or limescale. Was it industrial fallout, ash, soot or iron fillings?Watch Video
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