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We offer both dry and wet blasting depending on the customer’s needs. When media blasting vehicles we highly recommend dry blasting, but we know it can be quite dusty. When in an area where dust is a problem, we can easily add water to our blast unit and wet blast.
What’s the difference? Dry blasting is just that, the media is dry, easy to clean up, easy to get out of the inside of a vehicle, etc. Why wet blast then? If you are in an area where the dust may travel over into your neighbors area and cause issues, then we will wet blast to keep the dust down. The drawbacks to wet blasting is you now have several hundred pounds of wet media both inside and outside of your vehicle that has to be cleaned up. As well, if blasting the inside of a vehicle, the wet media gets into areas that you can’t see or clean, so now you have wet media sitting there causing rust from the inside.
When wet blasting we do add in a rust inhibitor which will give you 12 to 24 hours to get your vehicle primed.
Since we are mobile we can come to you and blast your car right where it is.