Graffiti Removal

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What Is Soda Blasting?

Soda blasting is a form of abrasive blasting that uses sodium bicarbonate as an abrasive media. The soda is propelled using compressed air or water to blast a surface.

Most formulations of blasting soda have uniform particle sizes between 70 and 270 microns.

Soda blasting is not as aggressive as other forms of abrasive blasting. Sodium bicarbonate is used as an abrasive media in cases where it is important to not leave a surface profile, or damaging the substrate is not an option.

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Uses for Soda Blasting

There are numerous practical uses for soda blasting. These include:

  • Graffiti removal
  • Paint removal
  • Cleaning in food processing plants
  • Stripping and cleaning car frames and parts
  • Maritime – cleaning ship hulls
  • Cleaning carbon, grease and grime from parts
  • Historical restoration
  • Cleaning masonry
  • Wood restoration, stripping, and cleaning
  • Removing street lines from roads
  • Fire restoration
  • Mold removal and restoration
  • Cleaning anilox rolls in printing presses
  • Gum removal
  • Cleaning drilling heads in the oil & gas industry
  • Removing calcium deposits from metal

Soda blasting is also often used for cleaning in power plants, aerospace, electronics, and water treatment centers.