Manufactured by Sanstorm (MMLJ): In lieu of sandblasting you may think about soda blasting if you are working in an environmentally sensitive application such as graffiti removal and marine applications. Soda blasting shoots out sodium bicarbonate, commonly known as baking soda. The advantage of using baking soda, as opposed to sand, crushed walnut shells, coal slag, or any other abrasive, is that it's environmentally safe, less aggressive, relatively affordable, and easily rinsed away with water. In fact, the first large-scale industrial use of soda blasting occurred during the 1986 centennial restoration of the Statue of Liberty. It was the only safe and effective way to remove coal tar, paint, and corrosion from the statue's soft copper skin. Call and talk to a salesman today.
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