Sodium bicarbonate blasting, also known as baking soda blasting, has been used for abrasive blasting for only the past 30 years. During the 1984-1986 restoration of the Statue of Liberty, hard abrasives were used to dry blast the interior of the statue.
Soda Blasting is the latest, greenest technology to safely strip paint and/or clean nearly any surface. soda blasting is much kinder and gentler to the underlying surface and the environment. The process is gentle enough to remove the coating without harming the substrate. Virtually any coating can be removed from most any surface. Soda blast ...
What is Soda Blasting? Sodablasting came about through a project to renew the Statue of Liberty in the late 1980's and early 1990's. Sodablasting is a revolutionary process that can remove paint, grease, and neutralizes rust without damaging metal, glass, chrome or warp thin sheets of metal.
Blasting Pot Blastboss's Multi-Media Blaster (MMB) is a versatile, turn-key system that can utilize a wide range of blast media including: sodium bicarbonate, Super K (potassium sulfate), crushed glass, crushed corn cob, garnet and other abrasives.