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Foolproof Methods for Removing and Preventing Graffiti

Although graffiti can make great art (check out this Tribute to Graffiti), you don’t want it on your walls. When you own a business it’s an even bigger concern! It looks unprofessional and messy if your walls are covered in graffiti. Luckily, there are products out there than can help you to prevent and remove graffiti.

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Removal

To remove graffiti you need to use a specialised product so you don’t damage the surface.

Graffiti Magic Multi Surface Graffiti Remover is a great piece of technology that works on a wide range of surfaces. It works even if the surface has been previously painted! It’ll help you with graffiti on anything from brick to shop fronts.

The solution is fast acting and can be easily washed away with water. It’s a simple solution to your graffiti woes.

Another great product is Mathys Pegagraff-Hydro Cleaner. This gel-based formula it’s made to be used with surfaces that have been protected with Pegagraff Hydro.

This cleaner can also be used for cleaning other non-painted surfaces such as smooth marble or metal. Unlike the previous product, you shouldn’t use this on porous materials like brick or on old, unprotected paints.

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Prevention

Once your walls are clean, of course, you want to make sure it doesn’t happen again. To do this, you’ll need a paint that’s designed to minimise graffiti.

Graffiti Magic Clear Anti-Graffiti Coating will protect your surfaces quickly and easily. This coating is clear so you don’t need to worry about upsetting your colour scheme. The quick drying time means you can leave your surfaces feeling safe in the knowledge they are protected. This coating works on most exteriors made from materials such as timber, metal, brick and more.

Once you’ve applied the coating you shouldn’t need to re-apply it. Thanks to the coating any graffiti can simply be washed away what water!

If you’re struggling with a stubborn bit of graffiti, ask our experts for some advice. They’ll be more than happy to help.

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