Soda blasting is a relatively new process that uses baking soda to “sand” dirt, grime, paint, etc.. from a surface using compressed air, much like sand blasting. So, why soda instead of sand blasting, right?
First, it’s a much milder form of abrasion than sand blasting. The particles in baking soda are not only smaller in size, but they are softer than sand. By utilizing a soda blasting process instead of a more traditional sand blasting process, you open up a whole new world of possibilities. Think about it. There are many surfaces that you wouldn’t dare use sand blasting on, for fear of marring the surface you’re trying to clean. With this process, that fear is a thing of the past.
We can use soda blasting to clean surfaces, strip paint and varnish, remove rust, graffiti, soot, and more. Projects that can use this type of service include automotive restorations, industrial equipment maintenance, masonry cleaning and restoration, and boat hull cleaning. The possibilities are almost endless.