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VandlTop Sacrificial Anti-Graffiti VandlTop Sacrificial Anti-Graffiti

VandlTop Sacrificial Anti-Graffiti


VandlTop® sacrificial graffiti coating works by “sacrificing” itself to ensure complete removal of any tagging. VandlTop® allows for the removal of graffiti without the use of chemicals and will not yellow over time. VandlTop® protects the environment and sensitive building surfaces which could be damaged with traditional graffiti removal products. Removing graffiti from a surface also removes Vandltop®, so you will need to reapply for further graffiti protection.

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  • Low pressure hot water graffiti removal – No chemicals required
  • Use in environmentally sensitive applications or where chemicals could damage a surface
  • Clear, matte sheen, non-yellowing formula with minimal change in the look of a building
  • Versatile protection on concrete, stucco, EIFS, brick, wood, metal, plastic & painted surfaces
  • Easy application – Spray, brush, roll
  • Low cost application – Single component, no mixing, no POT life issues, no expensive blasting required
  • Low Carbon Footprint – Low VOC, low odor, water based, non-toxic, no cancer causing formula
  • Lower labor cost- Apply second coat after only 1-2 hours of dry time

Coverage Rates (Theoretical)

Substrate Sq Ft / Gallon
Masonry Block 200-225
Stucco 250
Brick 250
Unpainted Wood 275
Porous Tile 250
Concrete 250-275
Exposed Aggregate 275
EFIS 250
Metal 300
Painted Surfaces 300

How to Use

1) Prepare Surface

Bare Surfaces: First apply one coat of Micro-Seal® water-repellent (required for applications that need warranties if surface is not painted or sealed).

Painted/Sealed Surfaces:Make sure that surface to be coated is structurally sound, clean, and dry.

3) Apply Product

Apply in a fine mist, cross-hatched pattern to build up the wet coating. As soon as the entire surface has been coated, immediately repeat the process with a second pass. Depending on the porosity of the surface, a light second coat may be necessary. Clean equipment with soap and water when finished.


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