Clean-Up Procedures for Soda Blasting?

Answer Soda blasting is being touted as a green alternative to sand blasting. Instead of sand, the process uses bicarbonate of soda, commonly referred to as baking soda, as an abrasive moved by compressed... Read More »

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How to Clean by Soda Blasting?

Soda blasting is a nonabrasive method of removing dirt, rust, paint or coatings from stainless steel, glass, concrete, fiberglass, masonry, aluminum, PVC and wood. It is a popular method for stripp... Read More »

What Is Soda Blasting?

Soda blasting is an alternative form of paint removal. As well as being environmentally friendly, soda blasting is surface- friendly. Soda blasting does, however, leave a thin film of white powder ... Read More »

Do-It-Yourself Soda Blasting?

Soda is a relatively new type of blasting media. Aggressive media types, such as sand and glass, are strong enough to remove paint and rust, but will damage chrome and scratch glass. By contrast, s... Read More »

Soda Blasting & Rust Removal?

Rust forms when iron particles on a metal surface combine with water and oxygen. Soda blasting gently removes the resulting metal flakes and provides temporary rust protection.