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Most spray can graffiti is actually very easy to remove from trees, and this can be done without poisoning or permanently damaging the appearance of the tree. Most spray can graffiti is actually very easy to remove from trees, and this can be done without poisoning or permanently damaging the appearance of the tree. Brush on Bare Brick, Stone & Masonry Graffiti Remover and agitate with the brush as you apply.   Depending on the type of graffiti, you may need more than one coat and a little dwell time between coats to ensure the spray can is fully dissolved...

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Graffiti found on unpainted exterior cement based ‘stucco’ can generally be cleaned quickly and perfectly (employing the same techniques as with masonry surfaces) using Bare Brick, Stone & Masonry Graffiti Remover in conjunction with your pressure washer.    Commercial stucco products have to be treated in a completely different manner. Sometimes commercial decisions have to be made regarding the ongoing maintenance of such finishes in locations with high susceptibility of graffiti. As a general rule, larger size graffiti on a painted wall can be easily color matched and painted. This rule also applies to stucco as the surface is quite often...

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Most graffiti on vehicles, cars and trucks is fairly easy to remove, especially if less than 72 hours old. Some spray can and felt pen graffiti can fuse into unpainted plastic bumpers or mirror surrounds but that is rare.     Using our Sensitive Surface Graffiti Remover, or Graffiti Safewipes, in conjunction with a damp toweling rag, clean and complete small areas at a time. Always make sure you test in an inconspicuous area first, before attempting large scale removal. The vehicles shown above and below were cleaned using this exact technique. Some vehicles may have been cheaply resprayed or have...

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If it’s smaller graffiti on a painted surface or if it’s on things that you can’t paint out, like ‘For Sale’ signs, street signs, glass, playground equipment, cars, caravans, equipment, powder coated surfaces etc., then use these two products: Sensitive Surface Graffiti Remover (or Graffiti Safewipes) and Feltpen Fadeout.  After removing as much as possible with Sensitive Surface Graffiti Remover Brush on Feltpen Fadeout to fade away remaining ink stain When you are happy with the results, wipe off with a damp towelling cloth Using Sensitive Surface Graffiti Remover Brush on and agitate as if writing with a pen Wipe...

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For Small Scale "Tag" Removal Jobs:   Step 1  Apply SENSITIVE SURFACE or HERITAGE GRAFFITI REMOVER with a solvent-rated brush. Agitate the graffiti with your brush as the product is applied.     Step 2  Wipe away dissolved graffiti with a damp cloth.     Step 3  Once satisfied with the results, thoroughly rinse the affected area and allow the surface to dry. Re-apply two to three coats of WORLD’S BEST GRAFFITI COATING by spray, roller, or brush.   For Large Scale Graffiti Removal Jobs:   For large scale removals, such as bombs, heavy tagging, filled in bubble writing, buffed...

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