Soda Blasting

Soda Blasting

Sodablasting is a cleaning and paint stripping technology that uses compressed air to propel bicarbonate of soda into the area to be cleaned. This process removes paint and contaminate without harming and substrate (original) surface.

The blast material is a specifically formulated bicarbonate of soda; a non-toxic, non-hazardous food grade material (baking soda) that is water soluble and completely environmentally safe.
In most cases, the sodablasting technique does not require water thereby reduces the impact on the environment further.

It is also a great way of removing soot, dirt and grease from the most sensitive materials. These include wood, glass, stone, brick and all metals.

Soda blasting was originally developed to clean the Statue of Liberty without damaging the delicate structure or copper surface and without contaminating the environment.

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