Soda Blasting

Soda blasting is a process where sodium bicarbonate is blasted against a surface using compressed air. The system removes stubborn contaminants from almost any surface without damaging the material beneath.

Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking soda) is safe for the environment, non-hazardous and completely soluble in water.

Soda blasting is also used for Graffiti Removal from almost any surface and it is particularly effective in removal of graffiti from stone buildings without damaging the stone and preserving the original appearance.

Unique Characteristics of Soda Blasting:

  • Effectively removes paint from fiberglass without damaging the gelcoat
  • Removes paint and cleans aluminum without pitting
  • Effectively removes grease
  • Neutralizes surface rust
  • Does not damage glass, stone or rubber
  • 100% water soluble and environmentally friendly
  • Safe, non toxic and non hazardous

Examples include cleaning and sanitising food processing equipment and facilities, cleaning fiberglass boat hulls and removal of anti-foul coatings, removal of smoke residue following fire damage, restoration of stone buildings, statues and monuments, automotive restoration, cleaning industrial equipment and cleaning surfaces in preparation for re-painting.

Soda blasting’s unique properties enable its use in delicate cleaning operations where it’s of paramount importance to effectively clean but not to damage the item being cleaned.