It seemed as though the owner of this building, in Brisbane, had suffered from attacks of graffiti. His solution, provide a blackboard to cover the areas previously scribbled upon, and some chalk. To date, the wall hasn’t been attacked again.
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Great Idea I think I will give it a shot on the back of my building. this town has a law that the building tenants\owners have to remove it within 48 hours and its a royal pain. My back door\wall are always getting painted
Man, that’s a tough by-law, Joanne. And, how unfair to punish the innocent victim! Please let us know if you do it, and whether it was a success. You may start a great trend in your town.
In cat years I’m dead too!
Indeed a fabulous solution.
Hi, Michelle, and Darlene. I’m glad that wall happened to be on one of the paths I trod while in Brisbane!
Wonderful!! Great solution…..
I thought it was dead clever, Linda. The person deserves a medal, or a pat on the back.
Good thinking! I like “Bring me a Casserole” and “Individualitis”!!
And, I leaned towards “make the devil wait.”
[You could see the ghosts of past graffitti on the wall, where it had been painted over. ]
Now that is one smart solution and how amazing that it actually works!
My favorite was the “PAIGEE RULEZ”. The one in our family does, too 🙂
Barb, have you been to Brisbane lately? Is that chalk on your fingers? 🙂
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