Anti-urine paint applied to the walls in England, whoever urinates will get dirty, know how it works

Urination in public places seems to be everyone’s problem. In India, people seem to be one step ahead, because there is more ‘dirt’ outside than in a public toilet. In London, the capital of Great Britain, work is underway to ‘stop’ these people, who not only ‘dirty’ the city, but also ‘stain’ its beauty. The Soho area here, known for its bars, restaurants, tourist spots, and nightlife, has something strange about it. A special type of paint coating is being applied to the walls. He claims it will ‘stop’ people polluting the city by urinating.

According to media reports, anti-oris paint is being applied to the walls in Soho. It rejects the liquid that comes in the form of splashes. According to the information, the Anti-P paint creates a transparent water-repellent layer. After this, if someone urinates on him, he splashes back.

After all, what is the science behind anti-orist painting? According to information, Anti-P paint is mainly composed of acetone and silica. The sand is its main part. The superhydrophobic coating it contains keeps things dry and can repel any liquid that is spilled on the paint.

The company that makes this anti-p paint is Ultra-Ever Dry. The company claims that its paint resists not only water, but also some oils, wet concrete, and other liquid materials. According to the information, the anti-P coating will be applied in two phases. The first step is to apply a primer, which will smooth the foundation. This second layer will then be applied.

The local administration was receiving many complaints about the ‘dirt’ in the Soho area. Westminster City Council is said to have started work on this after complaints were received from 3,000 residents and shopkeepers. The council learned that this paint has also been used in Germany. This paint will now be applied to 10 hotspots in Soho. This paint is said to have been used for the first time in the year 2015 in Cologne, Germany.

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