By: Davies Hood, Induron CEO
Not only does this photo feature wet, red paint unsuccessfully attempting to coalesce into a film, but it also illustrates the effectiveness of Induron’s Indurethane 6600 AG graffiti resistant surface!
In this close-up photo, a fresh coat of red paint was applied to a teal-colored test panel of Indurethane AG (Anti-Graffiti). As you can see, the red paint cannot form a film or any chemical bond to the teal surface. If this red paint can’t stick, how could spray-paint, lipstick or magic marker? This lack of adherence is because Indurethane AG provides an ultra-low surface tension, which prevents almost anything from effectively sticking to it!
In the second and third photos below, the adherence of the red paint is so poor that it can easily and efficiently be removed by something as gentle as masking tape. As a two-component, high-gloss and clear acrylic polyurethane coating enhanced with excellent anti-graffiti properties, Indurethane AG effectively fights graffiti and extends the color and gloss retention of base coats.
Indurethane AG’s ability to fight graffiti is further demonstrated in a blog about some graffiti-prone power poles in St. Louis, Missouri. However, this set of pictures is like they say… Worth 1,000 words!