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12/02/2020: No Walls Were Harmed in the Making of this Picture

The years of traffic grime that had built up on this wall made it look thoroughly unloved and uncared for. By choosing the right combination of abrasive material and technique, it was removed quickly and efficiently whilst preserving the delicate brick substrate and the cement pointing. When contamination looks tough, there can be a temptation to choose a cleaning method that is too harsh for the substrate. With over 30 years of experience, you can be sure that when you call us to remove contamination, all aspects of your job will be considered in making the most efficient path to the perfect finish.

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