TearOff Products Booth Light & Booth Window Tear Offs


TearOff Products Booth Light Tear Offs are a critical component for protecting the lighting that is used for accurate and precise coating applications. With heavy over spray, visual acuity will become obscured overtime, creating quality issues in coating thickness. Overspray paint particles become vaporized, landing on the light fixture lens. Usually these light lenses are made of plastic and scratch easily during cleaning; they usually do not react well to cleaners. Replacing light fixture lenses also causes a loss of production as well as additional costs.


The client applied TearOff Products Paint Booth Light Tear Offs, custom made 52” x 19” 4-layer stacks on their light fixture lens. With near zero surface tension, paint particles can not bond well. Our Spray Booth Light Tear Offs protective coating allows the surface to be cleaned with traditional cleaners. With 4 layers of sacrificial surfaces, once light luminosity reaches unacceptable quality, simply remove the top layer.


  • Maintains visual acuity
  • Scratch resistant technology
  • Renewable surface
  • Accepts squeegee and cleaner contact with ease
  • Absorbs impact energy
  • Simple cleaning reduces the need to remove top layer
  • Low surface tension releases dirt, concrete dust
  • 4 layers provide 12 months of protection

The costs of replacing paint booth lighting due to damage from overspray can make the TearOff Products Booth Light Tear Offs worthwhile. Make sure to consider several factors when estimating the costs:

  1. Type of Lighting Fixtures:
    • The type of lighting fixtures used in the paint booth can significantly impact the cost. High-quality, explosion-proof fixtures designed for hazardous environments like paint booths may be more expensive than standard fixtures.
  2. Number of Fixtures:
    • The number of fixtures that need replacement will obviously affect the overall cost, consequently larger paint booths with more fixtures will require a higher investment.
  3. Labor Costs:
    • The cost of labor for removing damaged fixtures and installing new ones should be factored in. This may include the work of electricians or technicians familiar with paint booth installations.
  4. Type of Paint Used:
    • The type of paint used can affect the severity of damage to the lighting fixtures. Some paints may be more corrosive or damaging to certain materials.
  5. Frequency of Replacement:
    • If the paint booth lighting fixtures need frequent replacement, this could increase the overall cost over time. Consider investing in more durable fixtures to reduce long-term maintenance costs.
  6. Regulatory Compliance:
    • Ensure that the replacement fixtures comply with safety and environmental regulations for paint booths. Compliance may involve additional costs, but it’s crucial for maintaining a safe working environment.
  7. Energy Efficiency:
    • Consider energy-efficient lighting options. While they may have a higher upfront cost, they can result in long-term savings on energy bills.
  8. Quality of Fixtures:
    • Opting for high-quality, durable fixtures may have a higher initial cost but could lead to fewer replacements and maintenance costs in the long run.
  9. Warranty:
    • Check if the new lighting fixtures come with a warranty. Warranties can provide cost savings if issues arise shortly after installation.
  10. Professional Assessment
    • It’s advisable to have a professional assess the damage and provide a detailed estimate based on the specific conditions of your paint booth.