Hello, I'm a Project Manager for Qualtex Painting in New Braunfels, Texas. I've never posted on a Forum before, but we are in need of some help any way we can get it. We sprayed a Anti-Graffiti coating on tilt wall that we covered in a medium texture. The anti-graffiti coating was applied too thick and left milky patches of product all over the tilt panels. What I need help with is how to remove the anti-graffiti coating without damaging the substrate and without completely destroying the texture coat that we applied. Is sandblasting our only option? I hope not. Has anybody dealt with something like this before. I assume it's similar to over applying a polyurethane on a stain. I probably going to have my guys take hand power tools and grind the coatings down. Is there another option I'm not thinking about? Pressure washing will not work. I'm all ears for any ideas someone can come up with. Please and Thank you!!!