How to remove graffiti and prevent new paint with an anti-coating

by Joost Nusselder | Updated on:  June 19, 2022
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Remove graffiti

with different methods and prevent graffiti removal with a ready-made coating.

I myself never understood why that graffiti has to be on an outside wall.

How to remove graffiti

There are certainly very beautiful wall paintings.

The question is about why people start painting unsolicited on a wall that is not theirs.

Well, we can discuss this endlessly, but this is about how we can prevent that graffiti removal.

I personally have little experience with it and I got this knowledge from books.

What I have read that there are 3 ways to remove graffiti.

The methods of removing .

The first method is that you can get it off the walls with a pressure washer and hot water.

It is also called steam cleaning.

A second method is through blasting.

A blasting agent comes through the water and this ensures that the graffiti is removed.

In this case, the abrasive is the additive.

In the third method, you use a biological cleaning agent.

The product must then meet environmental requirements in order to be allowed to use it.

You soak the wall with that cleaning agent and later you spray it off with a high-pressure sprayer.

Also read the article removing paint from wall.

Prevent graffiti removal with an Avis anti-coating.

Removing graffiti can therefore also be prevented.

There will certainly be several products from different paint brands, but I came across these on the internet and I have very good experiences with Avis.

The product is called Avis Anti-graffiti Wax Coating.

It is, as it were, an anti-graffiti coating that is transparent and semi-transparent.

You can apply this coating to walls, advertising columns and traffic signs.

Once the coating has cured, the wall is resistant to many types of paint and ink.

If some graffiti still appears, you can simply rinse it off with warm water.

The coating will last for approximately up to 4 years.

Then you have to reapply it.

What I can say about this coating is that the liquid is very environmentally friendly and meets all processing requirements.

So a true solution to prevent graffiti removal.

It saves you a lot of time and costs.

Who among you knows more means to avoid having to remove the graffiti?

You might find something here:

Yes, let’s see!

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Or do you have a nice suggestion or experience on this subject?

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Thank you very much.

Pete deVries.


p.s. Don’t forget to look at such a graffiti remover?

I'm Joost Nusselder, the founder of Tools Doctor, content marketer, and dad. I love trying out new equipment, and together with my team I've been creating in-depth blog articles since 2016 to help loyal readers with tools & crafting tips.