Guide to Graffiti Removal with Jangro Cleaning Supplies
Graffiti: urban art or the defacing of public property?
It is a debate that will probably never be resolved but unfortunately not every artist with a can of spray paint is Banksy.
The fact of the matter is at times, business owners and local councils have no choice but to remove graffiti from surfaces that belong to them in order for their premises to look clean and professional.
Graffiti removal presents a number of problems as you need to be able to remove the dirt and heavy soilage from the affected surfaces, without damaging the surface and leaving it as clean and dry as possible.
The guide below will provide a step-by-step approach to managing graffiti as well as suggested cleaning products and ppe supplies in order to manage the cleaning task:
||Suggested Cleaning Products
Follow these steps methodically and to passers-by the graffiti removal will seem like magic!
a) Apply cleaning solution to marked surface, allow contact time, then scrub with abrasive pads, wash off and rinse with clean water.
b) Use pressure washer, having taken safety precautions and using the method detailed for pressure washing
These heavy duty cleaning products are proven to deal with tough graffiti removal jobs.
How to use
N.B Test on a small area to establish compatibility.
How to use – Heavy soilage:
Ensure you’ve got all the equipment before starting the task. The last thing you want is half of the graffiti left on the wall!
PPE RequiredSome of the materials involved and removal substances used can be harmful to you. So always ensure you have the right protective clothing before starting the removal task, e.g. Protective Gloves, Protective Shoes (if identified on risk assessment) and Safety Goggles
Our guides are designed to help you make a sizeable cleaning task that much easier. If you’d like to see other specific Guides or need advice on any particular matter please contact us and we’ll do our best to help and make you look good.