Dip a clean cloth in the vinegar and moisten the stains from excess spray. Carefully dip a clean cloth in the white vinegar, making sure it's moist but not completely. Removing excess paint with oils or solvents is another method that works, but often works best when the paint is fresh. Oil or wax is applied to the area and allowed to soak, then cleaned to remove damage caused by excessive spraying.
Using a pressure washer while removing excess paint is effective in removing or loosening excess spray droplets that were somewhat dry when they fell on the vehicle. Although these droplets are still attached to the car, the bond with the transparent layer is not always strong. Especially if you hurried to repair the damage caused by excessive spraying. If you park outside or work in construction, you're probably familiar with excessive cement spraying.
Like paint, although much more difficult to remove, excess cement spray requires treatment with clay bars. Again, pick up the clay spray and the clay stick, then start the procedure. You can also use a vinegar-based cleaner to etch cement and make it easier to remove, but in most cases you'll need a clay stick.