Removing Line Marking Paint
Our process involves applying a specialised cleaning solution to the old line marking paint, breaking it down and enabling its complete removal without affecting the underlying substrate.
This procedure also eliminates contaminants such as dirt, grime, chewing gum, and oil. Consequently, when the new coating is applied, there is no risk of insufficient adherence or potential failure.
Compared to grinding the surface, our method of removing old line marking paint is faster, more cost-effective, and non-damaging to the surface.
Using grinders to remove old line markings strips away a layer of the substrate’s outer surface, which can make the concrete vulnerable to moisture penetration. Over time, this often weakens the substrate, causing cracks and necessitating extensive repairs.
With our specialised treatment solutions and pressure cleaning equipment, our technicians can swiftly eliminate line marking coatings from cement surfaces, leaving no trace of the previous markings and preserving the integrity of the substrate.