Soda Blasting is an environmentally safe and friendly way of removing paint, dirt, grease, and other materials without damaging substrates.
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Comparisons - Sand Vs. Soda
1a.  Soda Blasting
Soda Blasting uses a Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda) media that can be blasted wet or dry depending on the application.  When the Soda particles impact a surface they explode stripping away all materials covering the substrate.  This process leaves no pitting and will not warp the substrate material leaving a clean, smooth surface.
1b.  Sand Blasting
Sand Blasting uses sand that acts as an abrasive (like sandpaper) to wear away the materials being removed.  When finished, additional surface preparation may be required to remove any pitting or warping caused by the blasted sand.
2a.  Soda Blasting
Soda Blasting media is water soluable and quickly and easily dissolves.  The additional clean-up time is greatly reduced and the impact on the surrounding environment is minimal.
2b.  Sand Blasting
Sand Blasting media is course and bulky leaving mounds of waste material upon completion.  Clean-up time and waste disposal is a major concern.

3a.  Soda Blasting

Soda Blasting can completely remove all traces of contaminants including grease.  Grease is lifted away from the substrate and leaves no residue behind and is safe for food preperation equipment.
3b.  Sand Blasting
Sand Blasting can embed grease into the surface and leave behind a greasy residue that may require chemical de-greasers to remove.
4a.  Soda Blasting
Soda Blasting uses a process that does not damage Glass, Chrome, Rubber, Fiberglass, Plexiglass, Mortar, Glazing and other materials reducing prep time and eliminating costly secondary repairs.
4b.  Sand Blasting
Sand Blasting is an extremely abrasive process that may damage nearby materials requiring additional prep time to protect these items.
This list could go on but, you get the idea.  Contact Us today to discuss your Soda Blasting Needs.
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