September 26 - October 2, 2011

What technology do you prefer for permanent (non-sacrificial) anti-graffiti coatings?


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polyurethane 38%
fluoropolymer 31%
silicone 24%
Other (please comment) 7%


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Tagged categories: Anti-graffiti coatings; Coatings Technology

Comment from VCBud Jenkins, (9/30/2011, 1:32 AM)

What I like about fluoropolymers is that I don't have to put as much siicone in the formula to get graffiti release since there is a lot of "teflon" on the backbone already. This makes it more durable with better adhesion to the wall and still does the intended job.


Comment from Tom Schwerdt, (10/4/2011, 9:53 AM)

I like the silicone-based ones which are self-recoatable - a big advantage of the polyurethane and fluoropolymer ones I am aware of


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