Everyone knows that traditional sandblasting can warp panels by heating up the metal. Were not here to tell you our way is the best way to sandblast cars. Each process has its pros and cons. Wet sandblasting is a more delicate sandblasting process but it is a lot more messy then dry blasting.
We’re not going to tell you that wet sandblasting is better then dry sandblasting and we’re not going to say dry sandblasting is better then wet sandblasting. At the end of the day it is personal preference.
We have clients who have told us they will never blast it wet again because of the mess that it leaves behind and on the other hand we also have other clients who have told us they will never ever dry sandblast again because of warped panels. The choice isn’t as simple as you think.
In saying all of that, Dry Sandblasting outside is now frowned upon. You require blasting booths for dust containment these days which is why most of our clients do opt for wet blasting. Yes its a little more effort to clean up but it’s not completely impossible.
Watching an object come back to life after years of neglect is something truly impressive and most of all, you will love what we can do for you. If you have a project that is a little hard to take on yourself then why not try us.
We don’t just do car restoration but bikes, trucks, trailers, horse floats, panels, ute trays, wheels, bull bars, nudge bars, side rails, springs as well.
When it comes to car restoration then dustless blasting or wet blasting can also be used to strip back car panels and car parts. Depending on the panel then blasting it could be the perfect solution however you need to consider pressure from the blasting process. Because our process uses water which doesn’t heat metal up during the process, unlike sandblasting, our process can still stretch metal if there is not sufficient reinforcing behind the substrate.
We can blast your car panels, chassis, wheels, bull bars, nudge bars, side rails, roof racks, springs, engine parts and much more.
Hi there. We are sorry to say but we have since closed our doors at Enviroprep Media Blasting to start a new venture. We’d like to thank all our previous customers for their support during our 8 years of operation.
We’re excited to start our new venture and Dan is especially excited to not be eating dust any more. If you are curious about what we are doing now please head over and check us out.