Anti-graffiti coatings are transparent protective coatings that can be applied to both painted and unpainted surfaces. The protective coating protects the surface and prevents spray paint and markers from penetrating the floor. By reading this article you can find the best information about graffiti dismissal organization.

All About Anti-Graffiti Coating

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There are two types of anti-graffiti coatings, sacrificial and non-sacrificial coatings. The two products protect against graffiti attacks, but they are very different from each other.

The sacrificial layer is completely removed whenever the streak is removed. All you need to remove streaks is a machine with hot water under pressure, no detergent is needed.

This type of coating is dissolved with hot water under high pressure and the product comes out of the protected surface together with the graphite, the area that remains exactly as before the protective layer was applied.

Once the area is clean and dry, the protective layer should be reapplied. This type of coating is ideal for environmentally sensitive areas because its use ensures that no cleaning product is used to remove streaks.

The non-sacrificial coating is the opposite of the sacrificial layer, they do not peel off the surface and can withstand repeated attacks and cleaning. Some products offer an unlimited attack guarantee of up to ten years, depending on the number of layers of protection used.

The non-sacrificial coating is great for protecting areas that experience repeated attacks, as it doesn't need to be reapplied every time the streak is removed. Some manufacturers recommend using a detergent such as a citrus cleaner or Graffiti Crud Kutter remover to remove streaks along with a pressure washer.