We are graffiti removal professionals removing graffiti and manufacturing graffiti removal products since 2002. We have removed hundreds of thousands of graffiti tags and have developed an easy to use, safe, eco-friendly line of graffiti removal products. Our basic system is comprised of four solutions. Two of these are specifically designed to remove graffiti from all porous surfaces. These are applied by brush and then gently rinsed off with water and low pressure, ideally but not necessarily, hot water. These graffiti removal solutions do not leave shadows on porous surfaces. We estimate that our system uses a quarter of the water that most other systems do.
The other two solutions are designed for the removal of graffiti from more sensitive surfaces. This includes the ability to clean substrates such as Plexiglas (bus shelters), road signage and pre-painted surfaces without causing any 'fogging' or damage to the underlying surface.
All of our removers are biodegradable and environmentally friendly.
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- August 15, 2019
Halifax beautification project is defaced with graffiti. A mural, which began as an initiative to transform a gritty Halifax alley into a beautiful display of art, was vandalized sometime between Wednesday and Thursday. Despite being defaced, the project isn’t beyond repair. One of the organizers behind the mural, located on Blowers Street, believes the vandalism took place sometime between 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Wednesday after she left the site. "Sometime in broad daylight, in front of so many people, someone came by and just spray painted it,”
- July 25, 2019
Police investigating after homophobic graffiti incident in Dartmouth. Halifax Regional Police are investigating after a man says that someone sprayed anti-gay graffiti on the outside wall of his apartment in Dartmouth. Tim Gottschall and his partner, Devin Moore, saw the homophobic slurs Thursday morning. Gottschall says he no longer feels safe in his own home. "I was sick to my stomach and I was shocked. I could hardly talk," said Gottschall. Police said they received the complaint about the incident on Killkee Gate just before 9 a.m. on Thursday. "The graffiti had already been painted over on police arrival ... however, we were able to view photos that had been taken prior to its removal," police said in a statement. "The photos showed graffiti that was derogatory in nature."