Every year, building operators and security officers spend valuable time and resources planning and implementing dedicated measures to prevent structural graffiti damage. Despite a renewed focus on preventative strategies, reports of graffiti damage in the U.S. have steadily increased. Remarkably, ongoing damage has resulted in an estimated $12 billion on the removal and cleaning of graffiti annually. Graffiti is commonly associated with criminal activity, it often affects an individual’s perception of the building. This perception – whether accurate or inaccurate – can ultimately deter potential customers from visiting a business, leading to less foot traffic and revenue loss.Vandalism and graffiti can be very upsetting. It can range from relatively minor pranks to malicious destruction of property. Often simple acts of vandalism, like breaking a window, can cause significant water and mold damage if not addressed in a timely manner. In this instance we removed graffiti from a brick wall on a building.