Pressure Washing

Pressure Washing, hydrocleaning, or waterblasting, are terms which describe the use of water propelled at high speeds to clean surfaces and materials. By focusing and pressurizing the water stream, the force generated can remove films and materials such as paint from walls, metal, and highways, rubber from airfield runways, sealants and membranes from concrete and chewing gum from sidewalks. A …

Sand Blasting

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Soda Blasting

Sodablasting is the process of propelling Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda) with compressed air through a blast hose and out a blast nozzle. The unique properties of sodium bicarbonate allow it to remove paint, grease, mold, oil, soot, and other contaminants without damaging glass, chrome, and even thin sheet metal. It is also possible to sodablast other softer substrates such as …