Also known as clean advertising, a fantastic unique idea to market your business or products away from your premises. Each individual advert is created using clean water only and therefore is a very eco-friendly way of advertising. Whether it be to promote your business, a new venture or campaign or even an event, these adverts stand out from the average poster or bill board we see everyday!

We simply clean your advert on to a dirty footpath and it stands out like a sore thumb and people can’t help but look. We can design and arrange for manufacture of your stencil and then store these for future use.

Nationwide coverage now available. Call us today on 0800 1223 174 or 07763 713 246 to find out more.

Pressure Washing in Manchester
Pressure Washing in Manchester
What is reverse graffiti?
Also know as clean ads, it is creating a clean advertisement using a stencil on a dirt walkway usually in a high pedestrian area.

How long do the adverts last?
In general between 2-6 weeks, it depends on the season and the area it is done. We target high pedestrian areas where your ad is seen by 1000’s of people therefore will get dirty again quicker than on a back street where it may be seen by only a few people.

Can you provide the stencils and artwork?
We can provide both and store them for you, or you can provide either. The minimum size ideally is 700mmx700mm and largest size can be anything within reason, bearing in mind this is going on a walkway.
How many impressions can I have?
This depends on the area you want to cover, but we suggest a minimum of ten and in theory the sky is the limit.

What areas do you cover?

We offer nationwide coverage, although some towns and cities are less suited due to the type of paving the area is predominantly made up of.

Can they be removed?

Adverts weather within 2-6 weeks and therefore isn’t permanent. We only use water to create the ads and nothing permanent. If you are asked to remove the ads we can do this at a reduced charge, although this never happens.

Do we need permission?

Essentially we are cleaning dirty pavement and they return to a dirty condition in weeks, therefore it isn’t illegal, only on private property is permission needed by the owner. It is classed as guerilla advertising therefore we do not ask permission, if you are concerned however we can ask on your behalf but it is usually not agreed by the council as it highlights how dirty there paving is.