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TBH I think you're going to struggle with that pebble dash.

 

There is a product called worlds best grafitti remover. (that's literally the name) think it's about £100 for 5 liters. On the up side It's good stuff.

 

Personally I would pass on that one cause of the pebble dash.

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Alec

Use a brush to get get into the pebbles. Pass nowt on, no job defeats any good man.

 

 

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Use a brush to get get into the pebbles. Pass nowt on, no job defeats any good man.

 

 

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It aint about defeat @Alec , it's about picking the battles you can win.

 

On the glass and plastic no issues, that's easy enough. Problem is the porosity of the pebble dash, each peble has 3 or 4 angles covered in paunt for you to fight with.

 

Only thing I have see that works well is that 'Worlds best Graffiti Remover' and at about £100 for 5 litres it aint cheap.

 

You're gonna want at least 5 litres with another 5 litres on standby in case the first 5 isnt quite enough as it takes several coats.

 

So we're at £200 on materials. It's a laborious job layer upon layer so at least a full day. My day rate is £360 so that plus chems they are looking at a bill of £560.00

 

You think they're gonna entertain that price?

 

I would be doubtful, however if they did I would tackle the task at hand. But like any job it has to be worth while.

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It aint about defeat @Alec , it's about picking the battles you can win.

 

On the glass and plastic no issues, that's easy enough. Problem is the porosity of the pebble dash, each peble has 3 or 4 angles covered in paunt for you to fight with.

 

Only thing I have see that works well is that 'Worlds best Graffiti Remover' and at about £100 for 5 litres it aint cheap.

 

You're gonna want at least 5 litres with another 5 litres on standby in case the first 5 isnt quite enough as it takes several coats.

 

So we're at £200 on materials. It's a laborious job layer upon layer so at least a full day. My day rate is £360 so that plus chems they are looking at a bill of £560.00

 

You think they're gonna entertain that price?

 

I would be doubtful, however if they did I would tackle the task at hand. But like any job it has to be worth while.

 

I get you matey.

 

 

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