Then get a big vat of boiling oil set up on the roof, next little chav
scumbag who paints your house gets deep fried....
But seriously that would be......................really hard to set up, just
kick the crap out of the little git.
Seems a little unkind. The good thing about this group is the sharing of
personal experience of techniques and products which can be much more
reliable than the blurb in the adverts................ or did I just fed a
Sigh as much as you like, the OP wanted practical help, and maybe the
experiences of the group members rather than a list of sites selling
Maybe since you had clearly already googled it you could have posted a
useful link, this would have come across as being helpful, rather than
being superior and churlish.
And as I've already said, I either help with good grace or I don't
this instance I have no experience relevant to the OP's problem, so I
out, I didn't just tell him there are 641,000 possibles. See the
grating thread, I googled, then found a site I thought would be useful
the OP, posted the link, and didn't mention google.
if you know any wholesale places I recomend the Graffiti Remover
made by a company called Bio-Productions
They dont sell direct but they do have links to people that do
I know a guy that worked there and he got me some when I
had a graffiti issue to deal with
Look for a local agent http://www.graffiti-solutions.co.uk /
They do work for my local council.. In fact have you tried contacting
your local council because they will may it removed for you for free if it
has been done by local vandals.. The will want photographs of the 'tags'
to try and chase the culprits.. They do it round here by visiting schools
and checking exercise books and papers for doodling and then matching up
Michael - West Sussex
Now I, like most decent people, can't stand Graffiti vandals, and would love
to catch one of the little tossers red handed. However, this seems
completely over the top. I mean, is your council run by ex members of the
Stassi?!? Do teachers and parents really allow this to happen?!
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