Soda Blasting - Sandblasting Mesa AZ
When working with more delicate surfaces, we prefer to use baking soda. Baking soda is delicate enough to remove paint and rust without damaging the substrate. There are essentially three levels to any paint. The first level is the substrate. The second layer is known as the primer. This layer allows the color to stick. The third layer is the actual color and the final layer is known as the topcoat.
The clear coat comprises three quarters of paint surfaces. During the paint removal process, it is the top three layers that will be stripped while the substrate is kept in tact and ready for another paint application.
Expert Graffiti Removal
Baking soda is abrasive enough to remove graffiti from various surfaces. We have removed graffiti from concrete, cement, stucco, wood and metal rollup doors and gates.
hen your home or business is vandalized it can be perceived as a violation of what you’ve worked so hard for. Misguided youth do not realize the time and energy required to remove unwanted graffiti. Fortunately, you don’t have to fret over the cost, because our graffiti removal service fees are minimal. If your place of business or home is perpetually vandalized, we recommend that you draft a regular maintenance service contract. It will save you money and headaches.
Soda Blasting Benefits
Baking soda is the preferred media because it’s abrasive enough to remove the toughest paint, yet delicate enough to leave the substrate in tact. Less cleanup is required because it is water soluble. The molecules evaporate before they even have an opportunity to hit the ground.
When used in combination with a low PSI, baking soda will not warp the materials being treated. Boat owners prefer this media because the soda blasting technique leaves the gel coat in perfect condition. The beauty of this treatment is that no sanding is required. The finished surface is ready for a fresh coat of paint after a thorough rinse.
Baking Soda Blasting Is Efficient
One of the reasons that baking soda is a preferred media within the sandblasting industry is because of its natural properties. When encapsulated inside water molecules, most of the particles evaporate before they land. After the soda blasting treatment is completed, the professional blaster has very little to clean up. This substance is soft yet powerful. It can remove paint and rust from surfaces without warping the materials.
Compared to metal and glass media, baking soda is extremely inexpensive. When we save, you save. We believe in passing some of our savings onto our clients.
Easy And Fast Cleanup
Thorough and fast clean up is included in the cost of our services. When Sandblasting Mesa AZ brings our mobile services to homes we are very thorough in our post clean up process. The goal is to leave your home better than we found it. Baking soda is a great option for restoring antiques.
You may have a stone fireplace that requires paint removal while keeping the mortar in tact. Soda blasting is the perfect way to go. If you have a brick wall covered with decades of old paint, consider sandblasting for easy and fast removal.