Dry ice blasting removes paint, mold, smoke stains, soot, years of scum, and other aging effects from any surface. It is a powerful and efficient restoration method for historic homes, buildings, and even cars.
Advantages of Dry Ice Blasting
Dry ice blasting is aggressive enough to remove paint but delicate enough to protect your investment. Cleaning with dry ice can clean grime, remove lead-based paint, and bring out original detail.
Unlike abrasive or chemical restoration methods, dry ice blasting does not scratch or stain the surface. Instead, it uncovers the underlying surface and restores a structure to its original state. Dry ice blasting is easy to control and reaches the tightest cracks and corners without damaging surrounding objects.
Dry ice blasting restores surfaces without leaving secondary waste behind. This eliminates the cleanup step that traditional abrasive techniques create. Since dry ice sublimates, or turns from a solid to a gas, there is no water to clean up either.
Dry ice blasting is safe for the environment because it does not use dangerous chemicals or leave hazardous fumes behind and is safe for workers since it is non-flammable and non-conductive.