When illegal posters are displayed on a building it can be made to look untidy, unoccupied, and unkempt – which exposes them it to an increased risk of graffiti and vandalism. The adhesive glue used for these posters can be made of a multitude of bases. And the paper used can range between very thin to a thicker vinyl.

The Process of removal

Correctly removing a poster includes physically removing the paper, disposing of the hard waste, and then blasting it with pressurised hot water so that any remaining glue residue is dissolved.

In situations where residue still remains, a cleaning solution is applied to perfect the end result.

When considering a service you need to make sure that they:

Are credentialed, licensed, and meet all OH&S, environmental and local regulations
Avoid the mistakes that amateur general purpose cleaners make (who can damage surfaces during the glue removal process)
Make future poster removal easier by SEALING your surface

When you’re serious about maintaining your surface

Most people are reading this because they have serious concern about maintaining the exterior of their commercial property. So to them understanding the concept of getting it right the first time and, every time, whilst fully appreciating the benefits of a clean and well-maintained exterior is of extreme importance.

Be smart and avoid mistakes

Every day there are hundreds, if not thousands or business owners who end up kicking themselves because they have put their trust into a graffiti removal service that quoted them the lowest price. Indeed, most times you get what you pay for, which is why quality should be of the highest order. What good is it to pay for a low-cost service, only to have to go through the pain of finding a better service and pay them too? Getting it done right the first time is the key.