Remove unsightly graffiti from your premises, structure or space

Using proven methods based on over

15 years of experience to remove graffiti without damage to the substrate

Graffiti vandalism is escalating daily in Australia and, from available data, the damage bill is now reaching $950 million in 2018. This is the damage cost and not the costs spent on removal of the graffiti.

The costs are borne by Federal, State and Local governments, transit authorities, utility providers, schools, shopping centres and other such organisations.

We use the BEST products in the world for graffiti removal

The products we use are based on actual field experience of over 45,000 graffiti removals. They remove 100% of the graffiti every time without damage to the underlying substrate surface.

We are not interested in using products that remove only part of the graffiti, leave a shadow or damage the substrate. That doesn't work for us and it certainly doesn't work for our clients.

Our approach to graffiti removal

We utilise a three pronged approach to graffiti removal:​

  1. Substrate identification - is it bricks, stone, colorbond, glass, polycarbonate or something else??

  2. Identification of the Defacing Medium - is it spraycan, texta, ink, shoe polish or something else?

  3. Correct chemical selection - apply the correct chemical that will remove the graffiti quickly and without damage to the substrate.

Finally, we wash the substrate to remove all chemical and graffiti residue.

We do NOT simply apply water under pressure to blast away the graffiti. There is too much risk of damage to the underlying substrate.

Who can benefit from graffiti removal?

The following organisations can benefit from graffiti removal:

  • Local and state governments

  • Public & private schools

  • Transit authorities (eg. Transport Canberra)

  • Utility providers (eg. ACTEW)

  • Major retailers (eg. Westfield, Lend Lease, Jones Lang Lasalle, Centro, Stockland)

  • Facilities management providers (eg. Knight Frank, JLL, Colliers, Spotless)

  • Any premises that has suffered a graffiti attack

Places where graffiti is commonly found

  • Government buildings

  • Toilet blocks

  • Bus & tram shelters

  • Public halls

  • Sports pavilions

  • Community centres

  • Libraries

  • Playground equipment

  • Park furniture

  • Bins

  • Signage

  • Information bollards

  • BBQs

  • Chevrons

  • Jersey barriers

  • Footpaths

  • Murals

  • Domestic buildings

  • Fences

  • Electrical boxes

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Latham  ACT  2615


0410 319 862


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