December 12, 2020
William Hardee Camp in Paulding County recently had some vandalism on their Confederate Monument at the New Hope Battlefield. They purchased some Monument protective coating products and Monument cleaning product.
They contest that it provides the best results than any product that they have used yet. It removes the penetrated stains that usually gets the pores of the natural stone.
Also they purchases some protective coating product from the same company that make cleaning any graffiti much easier.
Features & Benefits:
- Super penetrating action for maximum wet out of stubborn shadows and ghosts.
- Fast removals – maximum wet out and penetrating action gives MAXIMUM removal speeds.
- Low odor with minimum or no ventilation requirement for added safety, indoors or out.
- Water hose pressure removal option for “no pressure washer required” benefits.
- Nonflammable, noncombustible, minimal fire hazard formulary.
- All temperature effective removals from below freezing cold (240F) to “very hot” (900F+) conditions.
Recommended for removal on ghosting or shadows on:
Brick, mortar, masonry, cement, concrete, stucco, terrazzo, pavers, fieldstone, porous tile. Pressure treated or untreated wood. Natural stone surfaces such as granite, marble, sandstone, porous rocks, both rough or polished. Porcelain, glazed or ceramic tiles, grout.
Protecting & Impregnating: Graffiti protection
Surface: Rough, Ground, Satinated, Bush-hammered, Sand blasted, Antique, Sawn, Raugh sawn, Rough, Flamed
Chemical basis: Water-based
Method of application: Wide brush, Mop, Spraying application
PH value: PH neutral
Material: Natural stone, Concrete ashlar
Area of application: Gravestone & monument, Facade, Wall