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anti graffiti spray paint

binary reaction between paint component and coating on surface impedes curing
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use of an non active additive to spray paint that when comes into contact with a treated surface will prevent curing of the paint, or at least significantly impede curing rate

treated surface will ideally contain a catalyst

lostmind, Apr 24 2008

G-Shield Clearcoat http://www.thegshield.com/
An anti-grafitti clearcoat for almost all surfaces. [Alterother, Oct 27 2011]

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       err "step right up potential graffiti artists and buy this particular brand of paint" ?   

       Or do you want to hobble the entire industry because .001 pct of their product gets used in an annoying fashion ?
FlyingToaster, Apr 24 2008
  

       Is it just me, or are we going through a period where as soon as you read the idea, you need to click on the poster's username and see what kind of history you're dealing with ? Nothing personal, just a question.
normzone, Apr 24 2008
  

       I think it's just you. The idea has merit only if the surface reacts with common paint.
FlyingToaster, Apr 24 2008
  

       norm, I think its always been like that!
po, Apr 24 2008
  

       <clicks on [normzone]'s username to check history>
theleopard, Apr 24 2008
  

       I check [usernames] now and then, unless I'm familiar with their work. (yes [normzone] just an answer)
xandram, Apr 24 2008
  

       Huhhu, huh, huh, huuh... Work... huh hu huu huh hu.
theleopard, Apr 24 2008
  

       Already baked for several years. Rustoleum, Krylon, DuPont, and Sherwin-Williams all market grafitti-resistant paints that work remarkably well. I keep five rattlecans (different shades of grey) of the Rustoleum and Krylon stuff in my Jeep to cover up tags I find on rocky outcroppings in and around my valley. I use the different shades to color-match and create mottled textures (which is only possible when the paint is wet, because the Rustoleum kind won't even adhere to _itself_ once dry). Unfortunately, they don't come in matte-finish, but I'd rather see a blotch of satin-sheen grey on a rock than some ugly neon scrawl. A number of people in the community agree with me, including the County Sherrif, who once stopped to gig me for vandalism until I explained what I was up to, at which point he thought it over and gave me his blessing. I think someone else is doing it now, too, because I've seen a couple of spots I don't remember hitting. I've never tried the clear G-Coat; it's high-gloss, expensive, available only by direct order, and I don't think it's available in rattlecans.
Alterother, Oct 27 2011
  
      
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