Paint spills on foot paths and building walls can be a common accident. However, not all such spills are accidental and on occasions they can be a deliberate paint attack.
The clean up of such stains can be tricky, depending on the substrate that the spill is on, and the type of paint covering the area.
In this example, an enamel paint had been deliberately thrown over this building entrance, effecting a range of surfaces from exposed aggregate paths, steel ramp, aluminium window frames and glass.
Each of these surfaces required a different cleaning solution in order to effectively remove the paint without causing damage to the substrate.
Our technicians are highly trained to identify each situation and apply the correct cleaning solution. So if you ever find yourself requiring such a clean up, call our customer support team to find out how we can help.