Virtually every City, County, municipality, school district, transportation authority, building or home owner and maintenance contractor
in every urban and suburban location throughout the U.S. and around the world finds that they must contend with the difficulty of removing graffiti.
1) Ineffective Products
If getting tagged with graffiti is not bad enough consumer products sold at home centers and
so called professional grade product bought at contractor stores just don’t work for all surfaces and applications.
Those products are a big waste of time, effort and money making the graffiti removal process
more aggravating than getting tagged in the first place.
2) Don’t Paint Over
Others who got so fed up with ineffective graffiti removal products and don’t know what else to do, have turned to painting over graffiti.
Simply painting over graffiti is not an appealing option.
It’s unattractive and invites more graffiti especially on road sides and underpasses.
Painting over graffiti on historic buildings is also just a terrible and ugly option.
3) Don’t Sand blast
Of course we all know how damaging abrasive blasting is to building surfaces.
And who wants to damage buildings? Not us. It’s also slow and expensive requiring lots of clean up.
Don’t waste your valuable time and money on products and methods that will ultimately fail you.