There is no need to put up with scratched glass. It looks unsightly and is expensive to replace.
3M Anti-graffiti film is a cost-effective solution for protecting glass from graffiti scratches, thereby reducing the need to replace glass and/or mirrors.
It is a clear, sacrificial film that cannot be seen when correctly installed by our professional team. This film if scratched can then be easily removed and replaced a lot cheaper than replacing the panel of glass.
Anti-graffiti film can be used on all glass types. We have found it particularly effective in shopping centre toilets where mirrors are constantly being graffitied.
- Surface protection against most scratches, acid etching, gouges and tagging
- Easy removal
- A fraction of the cost of new glass
- 99% UV rejection helps reduce fading of display merchandise
Events and Seasonal Tourism
Events and seasonal tourism give you a limited-time opportunity to significantly increase sales for your business. Vandalism occurring during peak sales opportunities not only damages your image but may deter limited-time customers from giving your store a chance.
Glass replacement would be costly and more disruptive, while 3M™ Anti-Graffiti Film can be removed and replaced quickly, and without the need to remove your windows.
Maintaining Your Image
When you see a building with graffiti or scratches on the window, what do you immediately think about that building or part of town?
Your store is your livelihood. Do not let future customers have that opinion about your business. Protect your windows with 3M™ Anti-Graffiti Film so that signs of vandalism can be removed quickly, which can help you maintain your valued reputation.
During times of civil unrest, large groups of passionate individuals can quickly generate damage. Use 3M™ Anti-Graffiti Film to help protect your windows and minimize damage. Damaged glass is very expensive to replace. Why replace the entire window when you can simply replace a cost-effective barrier? 3M™ Anti-Graffiti Film will reduce the risk of this expensive mistake.