Brick can look really nice both in its original form or painted on buildings or fences. If you have painted brick that you want to take back to its original form then there is a number of things that need to be considered when removing paint from brick.
Firstly you need to know how porous the brick is to determine how much pressure you can use to remove the paint. The last thing you want is to be taking chunks out of your brick work.
Secondly what is the type of paint that you are removing and where is that material going when it is being removed. Lead paint is toxic and can not under any circumstances be washed down your stormwater pipes. A certain amount of care needs to be taken when removing paint products from a surface.
With the Dustless Blasting process, removing paint from brick is a fast, painless and environmentally friendly and uses abrasive media such as recycled glass, glass beads, plastic beads and garnet. Depending on the type of finish you want and the difficulty of the removal of the product will depend on the abrasive material that is used in the blasting process.
Our process for removing paint from brick uses new dustless blasting technology which is much superior to traditional sandblasting, or soda blasting. Dustless Blasting is faster and much more environmentally friendly then many other methods used for removing paint from brick.