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What are the guidelines for where you can use anti-climb paint?

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Generally it must be used at least 2 metres above normal access height and warning signs must be clearly displayed, for more information please click on our information sheet "Anti Climb Paint and the law" .
How do I remove anti-climb paint?

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Anti-climb paint is by design hard to remove but white spirit can be used to clean tools and spills.
What is the coverage for anti climb paint?

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We recommend a coverage of approximately 1 sq metre per litre. Spreading it thinner will reduce its life and effectiveness.Porous surfaces such as rough brick may require a thicker coat or additional coats to be applied.
What colours is anti climb paint available in?

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The standard stock colours are black, grey and brick red, however other colours are available but minimum order quantities will apply.
How many warning signs do I have to use?

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The law does not define exactly how many are required but there should be sufficient to make it clear that anti-climb paint is in use. The general consensus is that a sign should be placed at least every 3-4 metres.



Can I use anti climb paint to stop next door's cat coming in to my garden?

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No! Anti climb paint should not be applied to areas regularly used by pets.





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