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  When using our products, shadows on porous surfaces can be avoided by ensuring the graffiti is flood coated adequately, with enough dwell time to fully dissolve the graffiti before rinsing.   For example, if you applied Bare Brick Stone & Masonry Remover as instructed but then found that an extra coat faded the graffiti more - It generally means the dwell time wasn't long enough the first time.   So always remember to FLOOD coat graffiti generously and leave it on...THE LONGER, THE WETTER, THE BETTER! Let the products do the work for you. The last thing started is...

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Firstly, dissolve as much as possible using Bare Brick Stone & Masonry Graffiti Remover (BBSM) as instructed. Remember longer dwell times make a huge difference. Don’t be afraid to flood coat several times and leave the product on for an hour or more or even over night before rinsing the next day. If you have a hot water pressure washer this is the time to use it! Make sure its putting out steaming hot water before you start rinsing the wall.     Still, if a ‘graffiti shadow’ or stain persists follow the notes below.   If the graffiti was from inks, dyes,...

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Feltpen Fadeout can be used with much success on egg staining and splatter. The high sulfur content in egg yolk can turn to sulfurous acid as it dries, and if left long enough can actually strip paint from powder coated or pre-painted metal sheeting. Once dry, egg yolks can set as hard as concrete. Egg splatter does not usually affect emulsion, oil or acrylic paints. Egg staining is really only a visual problem on these surfaces as it turns grey to black marks if left untreated. Egg on Stop Sign Pink Paintball Paint on Speed Limit Sign In the past, the...

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‘Throw-up’ or ‘Slap-up’ Stickers are commonly made from postal form stickers and delivery stickers free at the USPS Stores. Stickers can be coated or uncoated and come with a variety of adhesives. You generally need to remove most of it by scraping with a metal or plastic scraper and then brushing on Sensitive Surface Graffiti Remover generously, and agitating until the adhesive begins to dissolve. 

 

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Cleaning all types of graffiti from vinyl siding can be easy using our products, however the variations in chemical combinations used in manufacture, as well as the degrading effects of UV which fade vinyl over time, can result in shadows.    We must caution that some vinyl siding can be particularly vulnerable to any type of cleaner containing solvents.    The Vinyl Siding Institute Website states “do not use cleaners containing organic solvents, undiluted chlorine or bleach, liquid grease remover, nail polish remover, furniture polish or cleaners. They can affect the surface of the siding.”    Thorough testing of our...

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