Clean or de-paint and restore virtually any surface with minimal disturbance to the substrate being cleaned!
Soda blasting is similar to sand blasting, except that higher caliber equipment is required and that sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) is used as the blast media instead of sand. Since baking soda is friable (breaks on contact), there is minimal disturbance to the substrate being cleaned. Soda blasting is also generally more aggressive, and less costly, that dry ice blasting.
Effectively removes algae, carbon, dirt, fat, grease, oil, paint, soot, char and more from aluminum, brass, copper, stainless steel, cast iron, brick, concrete, fiberglass, glass, some plastics and more!