Project: Oakville Park Cleanup
This anti-graffiti project took place on the bridge abutments within Lions Valley Park in the neighbourhood of River Oaks in Oakville Ontario under the Dundas Street West bridge. The area is a popular spot for families and includes large picnic areas, playground and hiking trails along the Sixteen Mile Creek.
The project work area involved the base of the concrete abutment columns which had been heavily vandalized and tagged. The columns were prepared first with a high-pressure cleaning with hot water at 3000 PSI.
Masking at the ten-foot mark enabled coverage of the majority of the graffiti and provided for a straight line for the coating to look proper. The anti-graffiti coating was then applied at 15 DFT (Dry Film Thickness) using a gray tinting to compliment the concrete without being highly contrasting.
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