A Clean Slate LLC Blasting, A Revolutionary Paint Stripping System

A Clean Slate LLC Blasting

dustless blasting

A Clean Slate LLC blasting is a revolutionary paint stripping and cleansing system that can take away virtually any coating from virtually any floor, without creating a huge plume of dust. With A Clean Slate LLC blasting, the blast media will be contained in an easy to clean up area.

A setting of 70 PSI is best for dustless blasting at a few 20-degree angle.

A Clean Slate LLC  blasting is pioneering a new approach to mobile paint stripping and cleaning.  Wet media blasting is an almost completely dustless blasting. There is always some residual material left over, however compared to sandblasting or other dry blasting strategies, it’s far cleaner. So when people speak about dustless blasting that is most often what’s being referred to. A good different to sandblasting and different dry blasting methods, wet media blasters are an environmentally friendly solution which minimize airborne particles allowing customers to adjust to native restrictions on open air sandblasting.

This is the very simple principle behind A Clean Slate LLC blasting. The mist created during any kind of our blasting operation is just like what you see when stress washing, nevertheless, some spent abrasive or particulate can still be discovered in this mist formation – it’s unavoidable.

On the other hand, when you had been dry sandblasting, the entire stadium could be filled with airborne media. A Clean Slate LLC blasting is a type of wet abrasive blasting that effectively removes paint, corrosion, and coatings from a wide range of surfaces including steel, brick, and wood.

A Clean Slate LLC blasting continues to pave the way for the refinishing industry and set new standards for efficiency and energy savings.

Do you have a vehicle that needs paint removal or rust removal? If so, A Clean Slate LLC is ready to tackle your job. Take a few minutes to get a free estimate from us today!

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