Graffiti Remover Elephant Snot (1 Gallon) Sold by The Manufacturer
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Because I haven't tried it on a wood finish on concrete, I am not sure what it would do. During a hike, the only thing we used it for was to remove paint from pavement/asphalt and to remove spray paint from quartz rock cliffs. It was easy to remove the paint from the rock.
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After trying every product on the market and pressure washing a lot, we insisted on using the product we liked best. It was a little hesitant to spend the $$ on Elephant Snot, but I figured it was worth it if it worked. I was VERY pleased with the outcome! It is obvious that it will be effective as soon as the paint starts to brush off as you brush it on. Let it sit for 40 minutes, and then wash it under pressure. You can just peel off the paint! As we had layers and layers of graffiti on the building, a second coat will be necessary in some areas. If anything, I like it because it's easy than anything else!
I was pleasantly surprised how large the 1 gallon covers. Ideally, we would need at least two gallons of paint for our entire building (including a second coat where necessary). Thanks to this product, we were able to avoid the need to hire professionals and save thousands of dollars. In the past, I would cry if anyone "tagged" us again. Having previously experience other products, I thought I would cry We can quickly get rid of it now because it'll just be an inconvenience. In addition, I would just like to say that. A perfect name for this product would be Elephant Snot. What it looks like is exactly what it is!.
Specifically, we used a Honda cold water pressure washer with a 4000 psi rating In the future, we will keep an extra 5 gallon pail on hand. We have found that it pays to remove graffiti as soon as possible so that it discourages others from doing it in the future!.
This product is great for use on any graffiti paint you may have. However, it's not recommended for sharpies. The effect fades them, and eventually, with long-term application, you may be able to remove.
I have tried several products that work on unfinished cinder blocks, but this is the only one that does.