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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. 

 

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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.

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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’.  

 

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This can be done in two steps.

 

1. Use Bare Brick, Stone & Masonry Graffiti Remover.

2. Spray or brush onto graffiti and rinse with a pressure washer. 

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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.

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