ISO Vapor Blasting Services


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Dubdenny
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ISO Vapor Blasting Services

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Looking for reputable vapor blasting services, preferably in the Mid-Atlantic region, to clean up some lightly corroded aluminum timing belt and valve covers on my 1100. TIA for any experience based references.


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froche
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Re: ISO Vapor Blasting Services

Post by froche »

Why not try soda blasting... it is not supposed to remove any metal.
Baking Soda Blasting easily removes paint, coatings, grease, oils, gasket material and surface corrosion from a variety of metals, alloys, plastics, wood, masonary and composites without surface damage or distortion. Unlike other media, Bakig Soda does not use friction to remove coatings so there is no heat created.

http://www.how-to-build-hotrods.com/soda-blaster.html has a how to build one
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