Protect Surfaces from Graffiti Vandals

Posted: February 12, 2010 in Outdoor
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wearlon-graffiti 

Our Wearlon® Anti-Graffiti Coatings
protects surfaces from graffiti vandals.  
 

stop-paintingAn epoxy-silicone, three component, water-based, room temperature cure coating.  

The Wearlon coating with its slick surface resists spray paint, marker, pen, pencil, blood and most stain causing products thereby deterring the vandal.

Clean the Wearlon surface with soap and water or mild house hold detergent and a nylon brush, unlike other anti-graffiti coatings that require harsh toxic solvents.

• Non-Toxic• Low V.O.C.
• Durable
• Excellent Hiding Properties
• Easily Applied via Spray or Roller
• Easy to Clean without Harsh Solvents
• Single Coat Application
• Standard Color – Ivory
  Available in a variety of colors to match your application.
• Transparent, UV Resistant and Extremely Hard 

 

Most graphitized surfaces may be wiped clean with a damp sponge. For surfaces that have been spray painted or drawn on with permanent marker, Wearlon suggests using a mild alkali detergent while scrubbing with a nylon bristle brush. Conventional household cleaners are also quite effective at removing stains.  

For large areas, a power brush spray system with a diluted alcohol water solution or mild conventional paint thinners such as mineral spirits is recommended.  

  

EMAIL:  sales@redwoodplastics.com 

   CDN: 1 800 667 0999   
   USA: 1 866 733 2684 

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Comments
  1. Naushad Hashim says:

    Is your product for removing graffiti on Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic (FGRP) kiosk substations? We would like to know if its possible to remove graffiti by coating or wiping solution.Please reply by email.

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