The estimated cost to the UK for cleaning up all graffiti is over £1 billion per year
Another name for graffiti is street art. Street art’s popularity has risen dramatically in recent years, partly due to prominent artists such as Banksy, Bambi and Vhils. Many believe that the art enhances community spirit and lifts people’s moods.
But then one has the other type of graffiti, often found on areas of private or public property that are not in constant use. Here the graffiti takes the form of names or words spray painted onto walls, fences, barriers, bridges, trains and signs. Aside from the offensive nature of some of this type of graffiti, this graffiti can only be described as vandalism.
The estimated cost to the UK for cleaning up all graffiti is over £1 billion per year. This amount of money would pay for the National Health Service for approximately three days.
We have a number of anti-graffiti coatings in our range that are available right now. The choice of coating depends on the objectives of the client, the site location and budget. The anti-graffiti coatings are all capable of being applied by you, though we can arrange for the application on your behalf if you wish.
Our anti-graffiti coatings can be applied to a wide range of substrates. For example: concrete, stone, steel, Copper, painted surfaces, Formica and some plastics.
The coating technology is based either on nano coatings or Silicone.