Abbrasive cleaning and pressure washing are the key to a long lasting coat of paint. Types of blasting we use includes sand blasting, corn cob blasting and walnut blasting.
Anyone can put on a coat of paint but if the surface isn't cleaned and prepared properly it won't last. That's why prepping before painting is the most important step. It won't matter how good it looks when the job is finished if it starts peeling after 2 months. Depending on the painting environment, we use pressure washing and a variety of blasting materials to remove oil, grease and peeling paint from the surface.
Sand blasting is used for all types of surfaces but is especially good at cleaning steel and concrete. We do not use it around machinery because it is very fine and can get into the machines.
Cleaning and prepping the surface prior to painting is the most important step. It won't matter how good it looks when the job is finished if it starts peeling after 2 months.
Corn cob blasting is used for all types of surface but is especially good at cleaning wood and peeling paint. It is also safe to use around machinery.
Walnut shells are a more abrasive material than corn cobs and are very good at cleaning peeling paint from wood and softer metals. It is also safe to use around machinery.
Pressure washing is used to clean all types of surfaces and is generally better used to clean outdoor surfaces.
If you want the job done right and want the paint to last long, then it needs to be prepped and cleaned properly without damaging the surface material.Get A Free Estimate