Since becoming Australia’s first graffiti removal company over 40 years ago, we have become the trusted partner for retailers, shopping centres, schools, local government and home owners looking for professional graffiti removal.

We have team members who can perform graffiti removal in Melbourne, Geelong, Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Townsville, Adelaide and Hobart.

We provide graffiti removal services for a number of clients, with many opting to make us their preferred graffiti removal partner through an ongoing maintenance agreement. Retailers such as 7/11, Kmart, KFC, banks such as Commonwealth Bank, Westpac and Bendigo Bank and local government such as the City of Casey trust us to ensure their assets are looking their best at all times.

A long life anti graffiti coating provides graffiti protection for a ten year period.

It leaves the wall with a full gloss look and enables graffiti to be removed from it hundreds of times. These coatings offer the best solution in areas of frequent attack (ie monthly).

Sacrificial anti graffiti coatings are cheaper and safer to apply and are almost unnoticeable on the substrate, however they only work once.

Once you remove graffiti from them, you need to reapply the coating over the effected section.

These coatings are designed to protect a substrate in case of an occasional attack (ie. six monthly).

Anti graffiti coatings have their place, but they are not the solution to solving your graffiti problems.

They are ideal if you have your own cleaners and want to make the task of removing graffiti easy for them.

A common application is coating the inside of toilet blocks and cubical partitions. Coatings are a significant investment initially and they require care with cleaning and periodic maintenance.

The graffiti still has to be cleaned from the substrate which involves a labour cost.

On masonry surfaces like brickwork and concrete, it is quicker and cheaper for our team to remove graffiti from uncoated substrates.

Sand blasting is no longer an accepted method of removing graffiti.

While it is quicker and cheaper, it causes irreversible damage to substrates and can lead to concrete cancer, problems with rising damp and brick degradation. It opens up the pores of brickwork exposing it to the elements, which causes significant problems with staining and future graffiti attack.

All the chemical formulations used by our team are biodegradable and safe to both our Technicians and the general public.

They do, like any chemical (petrol, dishwashing liquid, nail polish remover) require care when handling and should only be used by suitably qualified people.

They will not harm your garden life, and when broken down with water actually become good fertiliser for your garden.

The procedures developed by our team are all chemically based.

We rely on chemically breaking the molecular bonds within the graffiti, drawing it to the surface and rinsing with water under pressure.

This procedure ensures no substrate damage takes place. It works superbly on masonry surfaces like brickwork and concrete.

The fresher graffiti is, the easier it is to remove.

Graffiti can get baked onto substrates via the suns ultraviolet rays making it more difficult to break down.

To deter graffiti vandals from hitting your wall further, and to ensure the greatest removal success, you are best to remove the graffiti as early as possible (48 hrs).