When Powder Coating Still Isn’t Enough Graffiti Resistance- SEI Industrial Chemicals

Parks & Rec ornamental gates


Many metal painted surfaces are “powder coated” which is typically used to create a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint. Metal park benches, newspaper stands and painted metal gates are just a few examples. The disappointing thing about a powder coated surface is that it is usually subjected to spray paint graffiti, permanent markers and graffiti stickers (a.k.a. “Slap Tags”) and other forms of graffiti. Once “tagged”, minimal to moderate success at removing graffiti is achieved. Even more frustrating is that, by the nature of design, powder coatings can be very difficult to apply a “top coat” anti-graffiti product over.

The SEI Graffiti Proofer single component non-sacrificial graffiti resistant coating has experienced much success over a myriad of powder coated surfaces like the attached ornamental gates.
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This video illustrates graffiti removals of graffiti spray paint and graffiti stickers from a powder coated newsstand and window that has been protected with the Graffiti Proofer by SEI Industrial Chemicals applicators.

SEI Industrial Chemicals Demonstration of Graffiti Proofer at Golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge, one of the world’s most famous landmarks, was the site of a recent demonstration for the Graffiti Proofer to perform. Humid salt air and other marine elements are a consistent nagging factor in this part of the City by the Bay. The Graffiti Proofer has 3rd party testing and case histories that show superior performance under harsh circumstances that nature and man can deliver. Spray paint, graffiti stickers and other forms of graffiti are repelled by the GPA-300.

To learn more about how SEI Industrial Chemicals Graffiti Proofer works and how successful it was against graffiti on Vancouver, Canada’s  Light Rail Train System, watch this Graffiti Proofer video!