Car restoration

 

 

Normal stripping techniques on vehicles require sanders and grinders to remove paint from the surface. This process can take two or more days to completely prepare, strip and clean the vehicle. Soda blasting can remove paint down to the base without damage to the metal, glass, rubber or aluminium trim in a fraction of the time. The baking soda will not damage or infiltrate hydraulics or engine parts.
 
In most cases, if a vehicle has been blasted with sand or glass beads, the metal is often left with tiny pits (like the appearance of an orange peel) and needs to be filled and sanded back to a smooth finish before any repainting can begin. Soda blasting can remove paint from metal without damaging the surface.
 
Soda blasting on metal actually leaves a coating which inhibits rust. This allows the restorer the flexibility to repaint the surface straight away or leave it for a couple of months.
 
Benefits include:
  Eliminates the need to use sanders
  Soda will not damage metal, glass, rubber or aluminium trim
  Soda will not damage or infiltrate hydraulics or engine parts
  Inhibits rust
  Acts as a deodorizer

 

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