Grafitti con­cern

Whitsunday Times - - WHITSUNDAY NEWS AND VIEWS -

IT IS no sur­prise the great $1mil­lion dol­lar wall at Water­son Way round­about has graf­fiti.

It was ob­vi­ous to most of the res­i­dents that a un­pre­pared wall was ideal for some­one to hit with graf­fiti. I am will­ing to bet that the wall had no anti-graf­fiti coat­ing.

Anti-graf­fiti coat­ing is not a new prod­uct, it has been around for long time.

In a nut­shell, it makes graf­fiti paint easy to re­move. I just hope the Coun­cil will make a liar out of me. Please tell me ei­ther the de­signer, the con­trac­tor, or the shire su­per­vi­sor had the com­mon sense to ap­ply the coat­ing – mak­ing this graf­fiti easy to re­move. If not, the rate pay­ers are up for con­tin­u­ous scrub­bing and paint­ing worth thou­sands of dol­lars over fu­ture years. Steve Hal­ter AIR­LIE BEACH

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