One of the most frustrating and unexpected things that a lot of new business-owners experience is graffiti on their storefront windows. Glass can be extremely expensive to replace, and if you're not prepared for the extra expense, it can be hard to come back from. But instead of replacing your glass right away, try removing the graffiti yourself. There are a few materials people use to defile windows, and each one has a different removal method. Here are the most common ways and how to deal with them.
Graffiti is ugly and frustrating to business owners, but there is hope. Try these methods yourself, and then if you can't get it all out, call someone who can help you. Replacing your window should be the last resort.
My name is Sara Jenkins and I am the daughter of a plumber. As a young girl, I was not very impressed by what my father did for a living, but I loved spending time with him so I was thrilled each time he asked me to help with a repair around the house. What I didn't realize at the time was that my father was teaching me skills that would prove incredibly useful in my adult life. Today, thanks to him, I have completed a long list of plumbing jobs in my own home without the need to hire a contractor. This blog is my way of saying thank you to him by sharing all of the things that he has taught me about home repairs and construction.