Anti-graffiti paint can be transparent, invisible to the naked eye, making it ideal for use on historic buildings.
There are two different types of anti-graffiti coatings.
A) Coatings that are removed (such as wax), are applied to a surface and then removed when the graffiti is applied. The surface underneath will be clean and the anti-graffiti protection can be reapplied.
B) The other type of coating or paint is a permanent layer, whose objective is to prevent graffiti from adhering to the surface.
The most recent protection systems consist of creating layers of polymeric materials that form a gel on the surface of the building or substrate.
Its most important characteristics are:
* Composition and treatment respectful of the environment
* Sufficient adhesion, without damaging
* Hydrophobicity (water repellent, water repellent)
* Resistance to Ultra Violet rays
* Durability outdoors
* Easy to clean
Anti-graffiti protection is suitable for a wide variety of surfaces. The matt version is particularly effective for applying to surfaces that are difficult to protect, substrates such as rough brick or textured finishes.
It can be used on different substrates such as: concrete, masonry, porous stone, wood and previously painted surfaces.