Los Angeles Architects Choose World’s Best Graffiti Coating and MURALSHIELD System to protect against graffiti vandalism

Frogtown, Los Angeles California

Local Los Angeles Architects choose Muralshield and World’s Best Graffiti Coating to protect their new offices in the inner city from graffiti vandalism. FSY Architects specified World’s Best Graffiti Coating for their stucco exterior and Muralshield in conjunction with Worlds Best Graffiti Coating for the new mural on the outside of their  offices in Frogtown Los Angeles .  Los Angeles  Councilman Mitch O’Farrell was there for the unveiling of the new building and artwork which is a beautiful addition to the neighborhood.

mural in frogtown los Angeles protected by mural shield and World's Best Graffiti Coating
FSY Architects choose World’s Best Graffiti removal products to protect their building from possible graffiti vandalism
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World’s Best MuralShield product used by FSY Architects Los Angeles California

MuralShield: Demo on Baca’s -1984 Olympic Mural “Hitting The Wall”

SPARC’s MURAL RESCUE PROGRAM has been working to preserve, conserve, and restore murals (both painted and digital) that have been painted or printed on substrates and walls built in the public environment.

SPARC’s MuralShield* has advanced the consolidation techniques developed by conservationists to become more compatible with acrylic on concrete murals and refined chemically the sacrificial coatings used for graffiti removal with hot water. SPARC was the first to test and employ the sacrificial coatings with hot water removal in the production of murals co-sponsored with City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.

SPARC has now partnered with URBAN RESTORATION GROUP US INC. manufacturers and distributors of WORLD’S BEST GRAFFITI REMOVAL PRODUCTS in supplying their WORLD’S BEST GRAFFITI COATING and MURALSHIELD SYSTEM to end users nationally enabling them to protect and restore public artworks and eliminating the threat of graffiti vandalism.

SPARC procedures meet the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works Standards and Practices and are defined as follows:

a. Restoration: as traditionally practiced, focuses its efforts upon returning an object or work of art to the objects original aesthetic state, an assumed condition, or an earlier appearance.

b. Preservation/Stabilization: Measures employed to slow active deterioration and ultimate loss of an artifact or artifact component.

For further inquiries on protecting your artwork from graffiti please email Adam Kopcho of Urban Restoration Group US INC. adam@graffitiremovalinc.com