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‘Throw-up’ or ‘Slap-up’ Stickers are commonly made from postal form stickers and delivery stickers free at the USPS Stores. Stickers can be coated or uncoated and come with a variety of adhesives. You generally need to remove most of it by scraping with a metal or plastic scraper and then brushing on Sensitive Surface Graffiti Remover generously, and agitating until the adhesive begins to dissolve.  Stickers on Street Sign   For uncoated paper stickers such as the ones found in the postal service, it helps to flood coat with Sensitive Surface Graffiti Remover first and leave it on for several minutes before...

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So, you’ve got your Starter Pack, you’ve read the book, eaten the pie, got the T-shirt and now you’re ready to start making money. How are you going to charge for this sort of service? Graffiti removal is actually fun and when you are doing something you love then it is never work. This makes things tricky when figuring out how to charge for jobs. You need to use your discretion which gets easier with experience. Here are a few pointers which should help guide you in the right direction: Firstly, graffiti removal is a skill/trade that is learned and...

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GRAFFITI REMOVAL Marketing and advertising used to be a vertical thing. That is, you paid someone to design your logo, and an advertisement, and you placed it in a journal, local paper and you sat back and waited for the phone to ring. Now we’re in the digital age and the opportunities are enormous. If you don’t believe me then stop reading this because this is how we all met. Nowadays advertising has turned ‘horizontal’ where a shoulder to shoulder experience via Facebook, YouTube, Linked-in and hundreds of other networking sites allow you to stay in contact hundreds; if not...

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Surprisingly good results can be achieved by following a method outlined below. It should be noted that many people fall for the ‘three card trick’ by trying to wipe them off with a damp cloth. This makes the wall worse creating a huge, dirty smear that is nearly impossible to remove...even if its a single ‘dustie’.         Follow this method:   1. Low pressure rinse the surface to remove the excess of grime....don’t try to clean the surface. A quick rinse is all that is needed    2. To about 2 pints of water, add half a cup...

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Feltpen Fadeout can be used with much success on egg staining and splatter. The high sulfur content in egg yolk can turn to sulfurous acid as it dries, and if left long enough can actually strip paint from powder coated or pre-painted metal sheeting. Once dry, egg yolks can set as hard as concrete. Egg splatter does not usually affect emulsion, oil or acrylic paints. Egg staining is really only a visual problem on these surfaces as it turns grey to black marks if left untreated. Egg on Stop Sign Pink Paintball Paint on Speed Limit Sign In the past,...

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