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Yes - Our products are readily Biodegradable. They are also totally EPA compliant and VOC compliant and contain no phosphates, chlorinated hydrocarbons, Xylene or any other products known to cause health or disposal problems for graffiti removal technician. We believe that nothing other than fresh water should be allowed down drains and into our river systems, so using less water is the key to environmentally sustainable removals.  While our products will biodegrade, it is the way you use them which makes them environmentally friendly. Many graffiti removal jobs using our products are simply brush on/wipe off and will have no...

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Removing graffiti means stripping paint and dissolving waxes, oils and marker stains. We ask that you familiarize yourself fully with product directions and safety instructions before commencing this type of work. Always remember the following safety precautions:     Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with skin by wearing safety gloves at all times. Avoid contact with eyes by wearing safety goggles. Avoid any vapors or mists by ensuring adequate ventilation. Do not smoke while using product store in a safe dry place away from heat or flame. Refer to Product Instructions on label, TDS's and SDS’s for...

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If needed, water run-off from your pressure washer can be easily collected and safely disposed of in gardens or lawns. The cheapest and easiest way is to place a few shovelfuls of play pit or beach sand in a polypropylene sugar or potato bag and place that in the lowest spot where the water will run, like next to the curb or over a sump, for instance. Using a 15 Gallon Wet-Vac, and powering it with a small generator, will suck up the water. Dilute it down and dispose of it as ‘graywater’. Ideally, all professional graffiti removal contractors should...

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