Soda Blasting

What is soda blasting?
Soda blasting is a powerful, yet gentle way to clean and renew virtually any surface using sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) or other high caliber substrates such as glass and walnut shells.

Common blasting surfaces
Common surfaces that can be soda blasted include (but are not limited to):

  • aluminum/siding,
  • brick,
  • cast iron,
  • concrete
  • copper,
  • fibreglass,
  • glass,
  • some plastics,
  • parking markings
  • vinyl,
  • stone,
  • wood,
  • stainless steel, and
  • more we’ve yet to discover!

Common applications

Our team of professional technicians are experienced blasters,who attend your site with our mobile equipment and can remove:

  • algae,
  • automotive paint,
  • carbon,
  • char,
  • dirt,
  • equipment cleaning,
  • fat
  • fire and smoke damage,
  • graffiti,
  • grease,
  • marine antifouling,
  • mould,
  • oil,
  • paint,
  • soot,
  • and much more!

The Green Alternative

Soda blasting is the green alternative to sand blasting that does not damage the surface where it is being applied. This powerful blasting method is also:

  • non toxic,
  • free from fumes,
  • non flammable,
  • non hazardous, and
  • water soluble.

Additionally, it can be used on surfaces which are easily damaged by other processes. Most importantly, it is extremely cost effective.

We offer new and returning customers free quotes and friendly, efficient service. Call us today for a quote and click here to see examples of other work we’ve done.

 


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