Graffiti is a problem for many storefronts in any city. Seattle is no exception. It costs lots money to get rid of and is potentially hazardous to our environment.
Starbucks is a Pacific Northwest Icon. While in downtown Seattle with some friends from out of town the sight of Starbucks, what seemed to be around every corner was shocking to them. While convenient for all of those coffee lovers, downtown locations especially face a big problem with glass and mirror graffiti tagging and acid etching. With summer on the horizon more people will be visiting downtown and kids will be out of school, this type of vandalism will be at an all time high, what can be done? Read More
Graffiti vandalism left alone - Invites more! We Recently received a call from Phyllis a Facilities Associate Property Manager for Key Bank. She asked if there was something that could be done for scratch tagged glass, both repairing and preventing future damage. Located downtown at 1101 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, next to Starbucks, graffiti can be a real issue when it comes to keeping a nice, professional, store front. Phyllis was relived to know we could help her. We start of course by identifying the damage, then with a patented glass scratch removal system we buff the glass to a smooth surface, then polish to a clear distortion free appearance. We then follow that with an application of EDGE Anti-Graffiti Film, A sacrificial coating that will protect the glass against future tagging, glass scratching and acid etching. If any of those forms of vandalism are done, we simply remove and replace the film and the glass goes undamaged. while this may be a regular process, its a fraction of the cost of new glass and the old glass stays out of the land fill, creating a more environmentally conscious solution. To learn more about Eco-Friendly Graffiti abatement solutions visit SeattleEcoCoatings.com or abcsuncontrol.net for more information and a free estimate.