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Graffiti Removal from Masonry Surfaces from Tech-Dry

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Removing graffiti from the surface of masonry building materials could be a difficult task because mineral masonry surfaces are rough, allowing easy adhesion of graffiti paints. A powerful (but generally toxic) solvent or solvent mixture must be used to remove the graffiti. Tech-Dry Biodegradable Graffiti Remover (BGR) is a unique blend of completely biodegradable, low odour and low toxic materials, which effortlessly removes graffiti from most surfaces.

To avoid using solvents or graffiti removers to remove the graffiti, the masonry surface can be pre-coated with a sacrificial graffiti coating No More Graffiti (NMG). The graffiti can be removed by using hot water.

Biodegradable graffiti remover (BGR)
BGR is completely biodegradable, low odour, and low toxicity but is a powerful formulation. It can effectively remove graffiti from most surfaces including timber, without damage to the material. The product is in the form of a long-acting water soluble gel that can stay on the surface and completely dissolve or delaminate graffiti paint. It is most suitable for removing graffiti from small but heavily targeted areas.

Sacrificial anti-graffiti coating
No More Graffiti (NMG) is an environmentally friendly water-based sacrificial anti-graffiti coating. NMG forms a thin non-visible film between the surface to be protected and graffiti or other staining substances applied to the surface. The graffiti can be easily removed by simply cleaning the surface with hot, high-pressure water. The removal process strips the NMG film together with the graffiti resulting in a clean, stain-free surface. NMG is suitable for large heavily targeted areas where removing the graffiti by solvent or graffiti remover is difficult.



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