Wet Sandblasting is a common procedure for removing paint and rust from
steel or other metal surfaces. With this procedure we use an abrasive material mixed
with the waterjet to create an abrasive spray to create the desired white metal finish,
perfect for recoating.
A recent development along the lines of abrasive cleaning is "Water
Soluble Media" (baking soda) which offers distinct advantages over wet sand blasting.
For most cleaning and depainting jobs, the new portable soluble media
blasting media is largely desirable as disposal costs are usually greatly reduced.
Because of the extreme abrasive qualities of different sand and garnet, baking soda based
media is often preferred in certain applications such as glass, soft metals, brick and