It’s hard to accuse vandals of thoughtfulness. Sure, graffiti on the ol’ back wall is a mild industrial hiccup. But the street sign tag is not just an eye-sore, it’s a hassle. For all those awkward surfaces, signs, mailboxes, billboards, advertisements, bus-stop seats, windows, buses, trucks, etc., the solution is not as easy as finding the right paint. Paint-overs on surfaces other than walls trade graffiti for another blotch. If only there were some sort of wipe!
Graffiti Safewipes, manufactured by Urban Restoration Group, are just that: Wipes. They come in box sets, are cheap, and with a whisk of the hand, make graffiti urban history. You might even think the vandals used washable markers! Perhaps they did, or perhaps the Graffiti removal system in Graffiti safewipes is on to something.
The safewipes are moist towelettes, enriched with a natural solution that helps it remove all sorts of graffiti without the aid of human exertion. You can leave the sponge at home, because safewipes require no extra solutions or contraptions. Just put on the provided gloves, take safewipe of the box, and wipe in a circular motion on the trouble spot. T-minus a few seconds and the job’s done. Unlike possible imitators, the safewipes will not damage the surface underneath the graffiti, hence the “safe” in safewipes. The “World’s Best Graffiti Removal System” guarantees satisfaction, and yea safe signs, or your money back. But their not worried about profit margins and you won’t be worried about vandal advances.
If left unconvinced, the graffiti safewipes are feverishly demonstrated on the company’s website. But who can blame them of being excited about a revolutionary product? Testimonials abound and the flavor of the site as is that the tables have turned in the war against graffiti. Or as they put, “It’s game over for graffiti.”
As the safewipe convert might imagine, the safewipes have garnered considerable attention in cities across the country and around the world. Governments, citizens, and volunteers are taking hold of the future of graffiti removal.