Aqua-Shield Sacrificial Anti-Graffiti Paint.

Watson Coatings’ Aqua-Shield anti-graffiti paint is a sacrificial, water reducible coating ideal for use in high traffic, easy to reach areas that are prone to graffiti attacks.  Aqua-Shield is an affordable water-based coating that applies easily with a brush, roller or spray, and adheres to concrete, steel and most other building exterior surfaces where graffiti vandals may strike.  The product is low-cost so it’s ideal for covering large areas where graffiti is a problem.  The product is widely used by the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) and other highway departments because of its lower cost and proven effectiveness.


How Aqua-Shield Sacrificial Anti-Graffiti Coating Works.

Aqua-Shield sacrificial anti-graffiti acrylic coating works by forming a clear-coat barrier that can be easily removed with a high-pressure washer – no solvents or heavy-duty cleaning products required.  The clear coating is “sacrificed” and the graffiti washes away with it.  The property owner then simply needs to recoat the surface with Aqua-Shield to protect against future graffiti vandalism.  Aqua-Shield’s low cost and ease of graffiti removal without chemicals makes it the preferred choice for easily accessible areas on buildings and properties where graffiti attacks, gang tags, so-called “graffiti art” and aerosol spray paint vandalism are an ongoing problem.


Where to Use Aqua-Shield Anti-Graffiti Paint.

Aqua-Shield can be used on almost any exterior property surface to protect against graffiti vandalism and attacks.  It’s low price point makes Aqua-Shield ideal for covering large areas with ground-level access, where power-washing and recoating are easier.  For tough to reach walls and surfaces, consider investing in Watson’s Armorex Non-Sacrificial coating.  Use Aqua-Shield anti-graffiti paint coating on property including:


  • Ground-level, easily accessible property walls and exterior building surfaces.
  • Highway and roadway sound barriers.
  • Bridges, overpasses, underpasses and abutments.
  • Jersey walls and concrete barriers.
  • Roadway and street signage.
  • Storage tanks and silos.
  • Towers and masts footings.
  • Statuary, pedestals and footings.
  • Industrial, commercial and residential properties in graffiti prone areas.
  • Any exterior surface to protect against graffiti vandalism attacks.