When it comes to public restrooms, there are few larger problems than graffiti. Graffiti on walls, toilet stalls, and even appliances can create headaches for any manager or cleaning staff. There are options for graffiti removers and here are a few.
• First, you can get a spray-on graffiti remover. These need to be used in conjunction with a dense sponge and a lot of elbow grease. Depending on the strength of the particular graffiti remover, you will have varying results.
• Graffiti Remover Wipes. Several chemical companies now offer wipes already impregnated with graffiti remover. These work well but also require plenty of effort to get good results.
There are also many graffiti blocking solvent that you can apply to surfaces. These chemicals work to make cleaning any graffiti much easier. It is a lot like using oil in a pan to keep from sticking.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|