Sand Blasting

An important step in finishing and refurbishing metal surfaces.

Sandblasting, also known as abrasive blasting, is the process of propelling a stream of abrasive material onto a surface in order to smooth a rough surface or remove surface imperfections— a method that’s comparable to the effect of using sandpaper.

This process is ideal for the removal of corrosion, mill scale, and existing coatings; making hard-to-reach areas— such as cracks and crevices— accessible. Sandblasting does not damage the metal or destroy any of the surface’s detailing. In actuality, it assists in the binding of the metal with paint coats and seals further along in the restoration process.