Betty is a elderly resident who’s lived in our community for over 30 years. Callaghan Lane, the alley behind her home, is a very popular location for people to hang out and, unfortunately, her garage is often vandalized and becomes a place for people to relieve themselves. Three passionate young volunteers, with the support of their parents and other neighbours from our community, recently took it upon themselves to tackle the issue and help Betty. Their generosity is a perfect example of the good that can come when we all chip in and work together.
The most important step to take in order to keep graffiti vandalism off of your property is to be vigilant and remove graffiti as soon as possible. The faster graffiti vandalism is removed the less likely it will reoccur. The longer graffiti stays on your property the harder it becomes to remove and the more additional graffiti vandalism it attracts.
Additional tips to prevent ongoing vandalism include:
It can be difficult and frustrating to remove graffiti vandalism from your property. In general, removing graffiti vandalism involves the use of a cleaning agent and some patience. Attempt to remove graffiti as soon as possible, within 24 to 72 hours.