WHETHER it's paint sprayed on house walls, garages and fences outside the home, or ink and paint daubed indoors by children, the problem of graffiti always comes down to how to remove it, effectively and safely.
The internet is flooded with tips, hints and guides that all claim to show you the best way to get rid of graffiti.
But these methods are littered with pitfalls; hours of scrubbing, toxic fumes, protective gear, spillages that cause damage to pets, children and your environment - all hinder your progress.
The beauty of Biostrip is that it immediately eliminates all of these pitfalls, leaving you with a job well done, and none of the headaches.
So to remove the graffiti quickly and cleanly, Biostrip has two fantastic products available: Biostrip 42 Graffiti Pre-Clean and Biostrip 42 Graffiti Remover
Preparing the surface
This can be vital because often the graffiti will be covered with a layer of oil or grease, which can prevent the actual graffiti remover from working properly.
If this is the case, simply apply Biostrip 42 Graffiti Pre-Clean (if no oil or grease is coating the graffiti, there is no need to use this application and you can skip to the next step). Allowing the Pre-Clean to soak in will give you a massive head start on removing the actual graffiti.
Removing the graffiti
Biostrip 42 Graffiti Removal is a revolutionary new water-based system that is safer for users, pets, plants and the environment. It is widely used around the home by DIY enthusiasts, and also by graffiti removal contractors who are interested in protecting the environment.
Make sure that the Biostrip Graffiti Remover completely covers the affected surface area, allow plenty of time for it to soak in. If it starts to dry out, for example on a hot day, apply a further coat.
The next step is to scrub the area to remove the graffiti and restore it to its former glory then wash down with fresh water. Further applications may be necessary if the graffiti is extensive or quite old.