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A pressure washer/vacuum attachment such as the one featured in the photo below can be ideal for jobs where water reclamation is vitally important. Apply Bare Brick, Stone & Masonry Graffiti Remover by brush and agitate before using the pressure washer with attachment to rinse off.    A wet vacuum and power connection is required with this method. When this type of equipment is not available, you may be able to protect run off from entering a waterway by using a tarp and disposing of water into the dirt to biodegrade. Images Courtesy of Natural Restorations Alternatively, choosing a consistent color such...

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Surprisingly good results can be achieved by following a method outlined below. It should be noted that many people fall for the ‘three card trick’ by trying to wipe them off with a damp cloth. This makes the wall worse creating a huge, dirty smear that is nearly impossible to remove...even if its a single ‘dustie’.         Follow this method:   1. Low pressure rinse the surface to remove the excess of grime....don’t try to clean the surface. A quick rinse is all that is needed    2. To about 2 pints of water, add half a cup...

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This can be done in two steps. 1. Use Bare Brick, Stone & Masonry Graffiti Remover. 2. Spray or brush on to graffiti and rinse with a pressure washer.      Graffiti on Cast Concrete Flood Coat with Bare Brick Stone and Masonry Graffiti Remover Green or black netting found around construction sites and tennis courts is an easy target for vandals. Using a pump up sprayer, spray on Bare Brick Stone and Masonry Graffiti Remover once, and agitate with a broom or brush before rinsing.     It may be helpful in some cases to spray the graffiti remover onto both sides...

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Spray Cans on concrete or asphalt can be cleaned quickly and perfectly using either Bare Brick, Stone & Masonry Graffiti Remover, Heritage, Vanish or Transgel. Graffiti on Aspahalt/Tarmac All asphalt/tarmac is black and made from bituminous oils and aggregate. When the aggregate stones are mixed together with hot asphalt cement, the mass of material becomes black. Over time, as the asphalt oxidizes, the coating on the aggregate breaks down and the color of the aggregate starts to show through. This can lead to a grayish color if the asphalt plant used a light colored aggregate. After removing graffiti from the...

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Unlike most other graffiti removal products, generally none of our graffiti removers will affect clear plastic sheeting. If you're removing smaller graffiti or magic markers and wax crayons use Safewipes or Sensitive Surface Graffiti Remover.   For removal jobs involving large amounts of spray can, use Bare Brick, Stone & Masonry Graffiti Remover in conjunction with a cold water pressure washer.  These tags & stickers can easily be removed with Safewipes or Sensitive Surface Graffiti Remover. Unfortunately, the previous use of harsher solvents have already damaged the plastic.   If the lexan is already very old, degraded by UV or cloudy...

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