I know many people may not consider soda blasting or sandblasting a car due to the cost. However, using the dustless blasting system may be an excellent option since it is faster than these traditional methods.
In case study below, we were asked by a panel shop in Brisbane to strip the following parts of the BMW:
- Under the Bonnet
- Radiator support panels
- Inner Guards
This was a little fiddly but the job was done quick and it only cost the panel shop $330.00.
If you compare this to the amount of time it take to strip it off manually or use acid this could be a much more cost effective option. Also, we are using dustless blasting. This blast media sprays on wet meaning it does not cause heat unlike other methods such as sandblasting.
We also applied a “hold tight” which will prevent rust from occurring for up to 72 hours. This gives you extra time before having to apply the etch primer.
In conclusion, if you are trying to strip paint from a car, it is worth considering the new updated method called dustless blasting which is a faster, cheaper way to strip paint. It also reduces the risk warping the metal.
Check out the following video of a car we stripped in Brisbane.