ANTI GRAFFITI PAINT APPLICATION GUIDE
Anti Graffiti Paint is suitable for use on most common building substrates. However, there are some substrates where Anti Graffiti Paint is not recommended: refer to the table below for suitability on a range of common building substrates.
Anti Graffiti Paint is a unique protective coating system that must be applied strictly in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines and directions.
Please ensure that all directions are read and understood prior to application of the product. Failure to observe these guidelines and directions may downgrade performance and appearance of the substrate.
Suitable Substrates & System Recommendations
Porous surfaces such as concrete, render and textured finishes, etc.
Surfaces should be sealed with Anti Graffiti Paint Non Darkening Sealer. Allow 24 hours for basecoat to dry thoroughly, then apply two coats of Anti Graffiti Paint at 8-10mt 2 / litre per coat allowing a minimum of four hours between coats.
Natural Surfaces such as Sandstone, etc.
Surface should be sealed with one coat of Anti Graffiti Paint Non Darkening Sealer to retain original colour features and to avoid darkening of the substrate. Allow 24 hours to dry thoroughly; then apply two coats of Anti Graffiti Paint at 8-1010mt2 / litre per coat allowing a minimum of four hours between coats.
Non-Porous Surfaces such as Brickwork, etc.
Apply two coats of Anti Graffiti Paint at 8-10mt 2 / litre per coat allowing a minimum of four hours between coats. If bricks are porous, apply one coat of Anti Graffiti Paint Non Darkening Sealer prior to application of Anti Graffiti Paint to reduce darkening and retain the original colour of the bricks.
Pre-painted and Untreated Timber
Application of Anti Graffiti Paint to pre-painted and untreated timber is NOT recommended.
Most untreated timber substrates are subject to grain cracking and generally require repainting more frequently than stable substrates, such as concrete, masonry, etc.
Anti Graffiti Paint is a clear coating and therefore does not protect untreated timber against grain cracking and the effects of ultra violet (UV) sunlight.
CCA Treated Timber
For smooth, non-porous surfaces, apply two coats of Anti Graffiti Paint at 8-10mt 2 / litre per coat allowing a minimum of four hours between coats. For profiled or rough surfaces, refer to the manufacturer’s specification for coverage rates.
Pre-painted surfaces other than Timber
Not generally recommended – see table above or refer to the manufacturer for advice.
Anti Graffiti Paint- Substrate table