Soda Blasting uses Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda)
Which is non-abrasive and can be used on softer materials such as aluminum, plastic, fiberglass and wood
Being non-abrasive and low pressure(compared to sandblasting) soda blasting can be safely used around Glass, Rubber, Chrome, Mortar, Glazing and more
Does not cause pitting or warping of lighter materials as no heat is generated on impact
Very effective at removing oil and grease and is non toxic to humans, making it safe to use on kitchen appliances and surfaces
Is water soluble and can be easily and safely washed away leaving little to no residue
Paint, Oil, Grease, Bitumen, Anti-foul, Graffiti, Mould, Bore water stains, Calcium build-up, Baked on Carbon, Surface Rust and more...
Vehicles, Automotive Parts, Wheels & Rims, Marine Vessels, Aircraft,
Pumps, Agricultural Plant & Equipment, Commercial Kitchens, Woodwork,
Glass, Aluminium, fibreglass, Stainless Steel, Sandstone, Bricks and
Masonry, Roof Tiles, Bathroom Tiles and Grout, Furniture and more...