Graffiti wipes are most useful for public buildings where there is a constant amount of small-scale graffiti such as name tags. Frequent checking for graffiti and removing it as soon as possible helps maintain a graffiti free zone.
The ideal situation is for cleaners in public areas to note and clean the graffiti as they undertake other cleaning. The mosre pristine and smart the premises, the less likely people are to damage them.
Other measures to take in public buildings could include:
- Monitoring public toilets and not allowing groups of people to gather in the toilets on a regular basis.
- Asking visitors to public buildings to sign in and out and state which rooms in the building they are visiting
- Ensure that outeside walls of public buildings are well lit at night.
- CCTV if graffiti cannot be controlled in any other way.