Sandblasting is not applicable in industries only. There are various areas at home where sandblasting can also be made useful.
Below are some applications of sandblasting at home
To remove paints and rust
One of the uses of sandblasting is to rid paint or rusts from surfaces. If your walls have old paints on them you can utilize a mild sandblasting. This will get rid of the old paints without damaging the wall itself. You can also get rid of stubborn rusts from your steel appliances.
Cleaning of concrete surfaces
If your pavements, driveways or patios are made of concrete, you can easily clean them by sandblasting. This will save you from wasting water, as well as extend their life expectancy.
Do you need to paint your walls? Sandblasting is one of the most effective ways of surface preparation before painting or coating your intended surface. Even if you’re protecting your wood surfaces such as wooden cabinets and doors from warping, you can sandblast them before applying a sealant on them.
Effective in mold remediation
Your basements are prone to moisture and this encourages mold growth. You can rid your basement of mold habitat without having to damage your basement by doing a soda or dry ice sandblasting.
Eliminating oil stains from concrete surface
Do you know a better option than power washing your driveways and pavements? Wet sandblasting is it. The wet blasting method is able to remove tough oil stains from your concrete surface leaving it super clean.
Restores the authenticity of stone and concrete walls
Most residential buildings are made primarily of concrete and stone. But as the building ages, the sight becomes less appealing. Most homeowners would choose to paint the walls but the smarter choice is to sandblast them first. Sandblasting restores their look while increasing their life expectancy.
So, if you have any surface in your home that needs sandblasting, call us at Leroy Vasquez Sandblasting, especially if you reside in Orange County, Riverside, Fontana, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills, and San Bernardino.