Temporary (sacrificial) coating

Once a surface treated with a temporary coating has been vandalized, the graffiti and the underlying sacrificial layer can simply be removed with a hot water high pressure washer.

This method is very environmentally friendly. The graffiti paint breaks into flakes that get trapped in the cooled down wax and turn into a special plastic membrane that can easily be removed with plain water. The dirty cleaning water can without any concern be allowed in the sewer system or into the soil.

A new coat is applied on the affected areas to achieve again full protection.

Technical Process

Step 1.

Temporary (sacrificial) coating is applied on the surface.

Step 2.

Normal moisture evaporation through sacrificial coating.

Step 3.

Paint is sprayed on the sacrificial coating and is blocked at the surface by the coating.

Step 4.

Graffiti and underlying coating are cleaned off with hot water high pressure.

Step 5.

The sacrificial coating is re-applied on the affected areas.


  • transparent, no color change of the surface
  • breathable (test report Sd < 0,5m)
  • graffiti removal with plain water usually without chemical additives
  • no feeding ground for microorganisms (algae, mold, etc...)
  • solvent-free
  • biodegradable
  • non-flammable
  • up to 2 years function guarantee
  • 100% removable

Application range

Mineral substrates (unpainted):
  • tiles
  • fired clay, clinker, brick
  • concrete (raw/washed)
  • limestone
Natural stone substrates (unpainted):
  • sandstone
  • marble / granite
  • travertine
  • all porous natural stones