FAQ’s

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Q: Is Reverse Graffiti illegal?

A: In the early days, councils would issue fines and class it as vandalism. Now after recent cases in which the Crown Prosecution Service formed an opinion that ”There are no grounds for prosecution for reverse graffiti” there is no problems with this type of advertising, even the police forces have used Reverse Graffiti!

Q: Can we choose the location?

A: Of course you can! Although we can only judge as well as you can whether the surface will work once we are on site. What we normally do is use Google maps to check out the type of pavement. Using Google maps is a great way for you yourself to check out locations and mark down any desired locations for us.

Q: What are your payment terms?

A: We require 50% of the fee upfront and the remainder paid within 14 days of the completed campaign. Payments can be made via bank transfer or cheque.

Q: Why are you so much cheaper than the other big Reverse Graffiti companies?

A: Basically, we cut out the middleman. Most of the bigger companies have pressure cleaning companies like ourselves on standby, and all they do is organise the stencil, and take your money leaving the other guys to actually do the campaign, never actually seeing your adverts put down, or the quality in which they are done. We on the otherhand do the whole lot, we get the stencil, and we go out and physically clean your adverts, making sure its done right first time, everytime.

Q: How much notice do you need?

A: From the moment the deposit and artwork is received, we can have your campaign completed within 10 working days.

Q: What file can the artwork be?

A: Preferrably, we would like the artwork to be in PDF or Adobe format.

Q: Do you make any changes to the artwork?

A: To create a ”stencilized” version of your artwork, we’ll need to add in ”bridges”. For example the letter O, D and P would require bridges. As would lowercase letters like e and g.

Q: What areas do you cover?

A: We Cover the whole of Scotland, Most of the north of england, and for larger orders, can cover the whole of Britain. If worst comes to worst and we cannot physically get there ourselves, we will use one of a very few specialist pressure cleaning companies we have worked with in the past, knowing full well they can offer the same quality we would require ourselves.