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Hey everyone, I was wondering if anyone knew of a paint that could be easily removed from brick.

I am not a painter, I'm in Film & Video. I'm doing a commercial and we need to paint a brick wall, but it needs to be able to come off afterwards.

Probably the biggest challenge with this is that we are painting over a mural that is already there. So the paint needs to come off easily enough as to not damage the permanent paint that's already there.

I only need black and white paint if that makes it easier, but would like the option of using color.

It's a big area that we are covering so hopefully it's not expensive.

Does anyone know of such a temporary paint, or paint alternative?

Thanks alot!
 

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I don't know if it will come off brick or not as I believe they recommend a surface that has been painted before but there are numerous systems like this

http://www.magiccolors.net/removeit.html

There is a phone number and you can call and ask and if is not the right fit for unsealed brick they might be able to steer you into the proper direction. With that said...

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