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Hi!

I was wondering if anybody has any experience with these, and about how much it runs for a gallon of it. It would be nice to get something that lasts a long time, and will not wash off after removing graffiti.

I've seen one from SW, and there's some that I haven't heard of before. Not sure if our local SW would carry it or if it's a special order, and how much it runs.

We have a nice big chunk of stone coming into our subdivision with our name on it. It seems to get tagged at least once a year and it's getting annoying.

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There are two families of coatings: sacrifical and non-sacrifical. Sacrifical coatings are a parafin-base and need re-applied after each tag is removed. The best are clear, non-sacrifical coatings. These are usually two-part, hard acrylics. Companies that make them usually sell a remover solution. These can withstand several removals before they need re-applied. So few Newbies fail to mention which area of the world they live in so I don't know if this is in your area. It's a great product we have had success with for years: http://www.tswwarehouse.com/

Good luck with your project!
 

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Thanks for the response. TSW is sold in the area...well, actually a few miles away.

It's hard to find pricing, but do you know what the average price for a gallon of the graffiti resistor goes for? Is it like 30 bucks, or 100 bucks? Also, it's a pain to lug, spray, and clean my graco out there if it's only for less than 25 square feet. It says you can roll it on, have you tried that?

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I only do Tech Support for my company. You will have to call your nearest dealer for pricing. If the product is rollable, then you should have no trouble, Follow the tech data sheet for instructions.
 
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