Anti-graffiti film is (sadly) now a must-have item for any business with a glass shop front that is otherwise unprotected. Etching into glass by graffiti vandals causes your business premise to look unsightly and contributes to your customers and community feeling unsafe. If glass is not protected by anti-graffiti film, then it becomes a very costly exercise to remove and replace the glass.
By installing 3M Anti-graffiti film to your exposed glass surfaces, you are creating a sacrificial layer so that any scratches occur only in the film and do not penetrate to the glass beneath. The scratched film can then be removed and replaced as needed, at a much lower cost than glass replacement.
Anti-graffiti film is not limited to only glass, but any surface that may be susceptible to etched graffiti. We have installed anti-graffiti film to stainless steel lift doors, tray tables of overnight passenger trains, window sills of commuting trains, as well as public toilet mirrors.
Do you currently have glass that is unprotected and already scratched? We offer a glass polishing service that may be able to buff out existing scratches (depending on extent and depth) to prepare your glass for anti-graffiti film protection. This is often quicker, easier and less disruptive to your business than arranging for glass replacement.
Contact us now for a free site measure and glass assessment.
The film we most commonly use for anti-graffiti protection is 3M’s S40 Safety film – please download the specification sheet here.
Completed Anti-Graffiti Film InstallAnti-graffiti film was removed and replaced from this glazed panel at Karrinyup Shopping Centre, to bring it back to an as-new condition.
Glass polishingWe now offer glass polishing services - if your glass was not already protected by anti-graffiti film, we can assess the glass to determine suitability for glass polishing, and then polish out the scratches. The final stage is then to install new anti-graffiti film to provide ongoing protection into the future.
Stainless steel filmThe stainless steel door panels of this lift at Karrinyup shopping centre were badly affected by etched graffiti damage. A specialist stainless steel film was applied to the existing doors to bring it back to new. This was a much less costly option than replacing the doors and more importantly, the lift was not out of action to the centre's customers as it was all done in a quick time frame outside of customer trading hours. Door replacement would have resulted in a much longer down time inconveniencing both customers and tenants of the Centre.