Graffiti can be anything from a nuisance to humiliatingly embarrassing, but however it is regarded there is an answer – it can be removed. Vandals are often
tempted to add a bit when they see graffiti – and the problem grows and grows. They want others to see their handiwork, but if it’s gone the next day what’s
WHAT CAN BE CLEANED...
ALL graffiti can be removed completely without damaging the surface or
leaving any “ghosting”, using hot pressure jetting in conjunction with graffiti
- BLOCK PAVING
Although graffiti can be removed from block paviers, they are a more
challenging surface to clean. The pressure jetting may mean re-sanding
afterwards, a service we are able to offer. Ring us for more advice or to
arrange a free site inspection with recommendations.
- PAINTED SURFACES
It is extremely difficult to remove graffiti from a painted surface as most
graffiti is itself paint, and in order to remove it the underlying paint work
may be damaged or removed. In most cases, it is recommended that these
surfaces be redecorated, covering the graffiti. Ring us for more advice and
a free site inspection with recommendations.
This is a very difficult surface to clean as heat and chemicals can damage
or mark it if care is not taken. It is possible to remove certain types of
graffiti using low pressure jetting and a mild graffiti remover. Ring us for
more advice or to arrange a free site inspection with recommendations.
“Last time a contractor removed graffiti from my brick wall you could still see the outline!.”
There is no reason why ANY graffiti should be visible after removal.
“Perspex and plastic covers over information boards need replacing when they’re graffitied as cleaning them etches them making reading the information impossible.”
If correctly removed by a professional company there will be NO damage to the perspex or plastic. This applies to bus shelters, and glass as well.
“We had a mural removed from the side of our factory unit and half the brickwork has been taken off.”
Some companies use abrasive blasting to remove graffiti. This is far too aggressive for brickwork, scarring it and causing it to age considerably as it wears away the surface. It is far kinder to use pressure jetting in conjunction with a graffiti remover. You get the results without the damage.