[Noisebridge-discuss] We got a notice from the city to remove EClair Bandersnatch's graffiti
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Sun Jan 12 20:20:10 UTC 2014
Copied from the SF DPW website page about Graffiti Abatement Tips:
Removing graffiti or stenciling from the sidewalk requires a two
step-process. First you must apply a graffiti remover for concrete,
which can be purchased at a hardware or paint store. Then you must
pressure wash or soda blast the sidewalk in order to remove the
graffiti. Painting the sidewalk is not recommended."
On Sun, Jan 12, 2014 at 12:10 PM, Scotty Allen <scotty at scottyallen.com> wrote:
> The other thought I had was an angle grinder with a wire wheel (maybe
> a knotted wire wheel?) This is pure conjecture, so it would probably
> be a good plan to try this on a small section of sidewalk before going
> nuts. Might be cheaper than renting/buying/hiring a power washer
> I'd come up and instigate, but I'm dealing with my own personal
> cleanup nightmare right now (apartment fire on Thursday).
> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 5:21 PM, Liz Henry <lizhenry at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I think it will take calling up a power wash service and paying them
>> to pressure wash the sidewalk. Here are a couple.
>> It will probably cost a couple of hundred dollars.
>> - Liz
>> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 4:40 PM, Al Sweigart <asweigart at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> We got a notice from the city to remove the graffiti that EClair
>>> Bandersnatch put on the sidewalk in front of the space. We have 30 days to
>>> remove it and then contact the city about it. I don't know if the landlord
>>> has found out about it. The notice is in the front desk area near the
>>> membership binder, but I've uploaded it here:
>>> So this sucks. Does anyone know the best way to remove it from the sidewalk?
>>> Also, can anyone tell me what exactly EClair does at Noisebridge besides
>>> make incredibly bad judgement calls that get us in expensive trouble with
>>> the city? Doesn't take a genius to predict this would happen.
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>> Liz Henry
>> lizhenry at gmail.com
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