Product Name: NO MORE GRAFFITI
No more graffiti is a water-based sacrificial anti-graffiti coating based on aqueous wax and polymer emulsions. Once applied to a surface, No more graffiti forms a thin film between the surface to be protected and graffiti paint or other staining materials. The graffiti can be easily removed by simply cleaning the surface with hot, high-pressure water. The removal process strips the film of No more graffiti together with the graffiti resulting in a clean, stain-free surface. The non-stick water repellent nature of surfaces treated with No more graffiti may also discourage the adhesion of glue-on advertising posters.
No more graffiti is used as a low cost sacrificial anti-graffiti coating specifically designed for the application on all types of masonry surfaces such as brick, concrete, natural stone and blockwork. It may also be applied to non-masonry substrates such as timber, metal, painted surfaces or surfaces coated with textured coating or polymer render. However, a small test is strongly recommended prior to application to determine product suitability for a particular substrate.
Some of the outstanding features of No more graffiti include:
As building materials vary, this product may not be suitable for some masonry surfaces. It is strongly recommended that a small test be carried out prior to application to ascertain the suitability of this product for the required purpose.
The graffiti is removed by hot high-pressure water jet. The removal process strips the film of No more graffiti together with the graffiti. The hot water should exit the pressure nozzle in the form of a fan at a pressure of 500-1000 psi (subject to the surface conditions). The water temperature is recommended to be above 90oC.
For removing a small graffiti area, apply a kettle of boiling water to the surface while brushing the surface with a nylon brush until the graffiti is removed. Alternatively, remove the graffiti with Tech-Dry Biodegradable Graffiti Remover (Please contact Tech-Dry for further details about Biodegradable Graffiti Remover).
Re-application of No more graffiti should be carried out once the surface is dry.
Please note in situations where No more graffiti has been applied to a painted surface, all care must be exercised when removing graffiti using high pressure water as this process may remove some of the original base paint.
As surfaces and the conditions of use vary, it is strongly recommended that a pilot trial be carried out prior to using No more graffiti to determine the suitability of this product for a particular purpose.
No more graffiti is a non-flammable, non-corrosive and non-toxic water-based product. However, as with all chemical products, good industrial hygiene procedures should be used when using this product. Skin and eye contact should be avoided by using suitable protective measures such as chemically resistant gloves and goggles. Wash all spills with plenty of water. Refer to the material safety data sheet if accidentally swallowed or splashed into eyes.
Keep out of reach of children.
No more graffiti can be stored in closed plastic containers for 12 months.
The product should be protected from freezing.
Prolonged temperatures greater than 35oC must be avoided.
This product should not be used passed its use-by date printed on the label. However, if the product is passed its use-by-date, it is not necessarily unusable. A quality control should be performed on the properties relevant to the application or otherwise contact the manufacturer for further advice.
No more graffiti is available in 5, 20 & 200 litre plastic drums, and 1000 litre IBC. Other size containers are available on request.