A collection of Historic stone buildings built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's can be found in the Saguaro National Park and other Tucson, Arizona parks including the Tucson Mountain Park. Extensive graffiti damage caused by spray paint was reported on both the interior and exterior of the historic stone building located in the Tucson Mountain Park.
Graffiti vandalism on state and national parks is particularly offensive. State and national parks are a shared American treasure and for vandals to deface them is offensive. Additionally, graffiti removal from historic structures and natural stone outcroppings in state and national parks is challenging due to delicate surfaces and a strong desire to cause no additional damage. Lastly, water often plays an important role in graffiti abatement and can be difficult to source in along the trails in park locations.
Clean City Blue Label Gel for Concrete and Brick and SoSafe Blue Label Gel are recommended for graffiti removal from stone surfaces in state and national parks. Apply graffiti remover to the graffiti tag, allow dwell time, scrub with non-scratch nylon bristle brush, blot with absorbent rag, and rinse with water. For more detailed instructions, for how to remove graffiti from stone surfaces, please refer to www.CleanCityPro.com
For more information, check out our Best Practices in Graffiti Removal page, our Graffiti Removal Selection page or our Tips and Techniques for Graffiti Removal page.
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