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World’s Best Graffiti Removal products have been depended on for decades for the removal and protection of historic buildings and monuments. The following notes will address the most common products and techniques used in the removal of graffiti from historic masonry surfaces.

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When removing graffiti from metal the first thing you want to notice is whether it is coated or uncoated metal.   How do you remove graffiti from Coated Metal? For powder-coated metal, and factory painted metal surfaces use Sensitive Surface Graffiti Remover or Safewipes as instructed.   Before and After If there are inks or dyes that have left a stain on the coating these can be removed with Feltpen Fadeout. This can be true for some spray paints including reds and any color with red in it. (For eg: browns, oranges, pinks, etc).   You can add a little...

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 DO:   Make sure you wear gloves, goggles and protect yourself from the sun whilst volunteering. Realize you are amongst others on streets and roads. We want to keep you safe. Realize these Safewipes are for smaller type graffiti on most surfaces. Larger graffiti on painted surfaces is far quicker to paint over. Try to remove little bits of each marker before embarking on a large area….(if you can’t remove a few square inches then you will not be able to remove several square feet!) When using the Safewipes, clean and complete small areas at a time. Remember, after dissolving...

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These are the four basic steps for cleaning up smoke affected areas on brick or stonework:     Remove any debris and scrape off any stuck on residue like burnt plastics, etc. Any burn plastic residues may have to be removed with special solvents at the end of the job. Do not try to remove all of this at this stage. Apply World's Best Detergent at approximate dilution of 1:10 water and apply by broom to small areas like 2 or 3 sq/m agitating with the broom as you apply. Do not allow the the detergent to dry out. Rinse...

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Feltpen Fadeout (FF) is designed for the final removal of stains left from inks, dyes, boot polish, and red spray cans. It has so many useful applications and can make ALL the difference in the final stages of your removal jobs so you can leave them looking perfect.   We like to think about it as ‘the missing link’ in professional removals! You won’t always need it, but when you need it, you REALLY need it.   Use Feltpen Fadeout for the final removal of ink stains from coated and painted surfaces. Use Feltpen Fadeout for inks and dyes that stain porous...

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