dry ice blasting

How Does Dry Ice Blasting Work With Mold Remediation?

By |2022-10-03T09:59:26-05:00October 3rd, 2022|dry ice blasting|

Mold is everywhere. It's in the air we breathe and with very little encouragement, it will colonize surfaces in our homes and in commercial buildings. Worryingly, more than 200 potentially toxic mycotoxins have been found in mold, according to the EPA. Mold also makes our homes and businesses look dirty, discoloring wood, plaster, and more. Thankfully,

Dry Ice Blasting vs Sandblasting: What’s the Difference and Which Should You Choose?

By |2022-08-02T09:05:08-05:00August 1st, 2022|dry ice blasting|

The surface preparation abrasives market is projected to reach $11.2 billion by 2027, growing 4.12% in total. In the past, sandblasting was the obvious choice for surface preparation. It was effective and had stood the test of time. The problem is that sandblasting isn't all smiles and rainbows. There are some serious downsides to sandblasting.

Dry Ice Blasting: Why It’s a Great Option for Fire Restoration

By |2022-07-02T09:51:44-05:00July 4th, 2022|dry ice blasting|

Fire departments respond to nearly 350,000 house fires in an average year. These home fires cost homeowners an annual total of 7.3 billion dollars combined in property damages. Fire damage isn't limited to property damage. Homeowners need to contend with smoke, soot, and water damage. Fire aftermath can lead to lingering stenches and mold infestations. Dry ice

How Does Dry Ice Blasting Help With Wood Stripping

By |2022-05-23T08:13:16-05:00May 23rd, 2022|dry ice blasting|

Did you know that dry ice forms at a temperature colder than -100°F? You may remember this material from science class, however, it is also used in cleaning many objects and materials from home furniture to aircraft. Are you interested in dry ice blasting as a means for Wood stripping furniture and other materials? Many people assume that

Dry Ice Blasting Tips and Benefits

By |2022-05-04T07:39:53-05:00May 2nd, 2022|dry ice blasting|

Dry ice blasting is FDA, USDA, and EPA approved and deemed the safest cleaning method with no harmful waste substances. So if you're looking for an environmentally friendly and time-efficient cleaning method, consider dry ice blasting. The question is, what is dry blasting, and how does it work? If you're new to dry ice cleaning,

How Can Dry Ice Blasting Help With Boat Cleaning?

By |2022-03-19T10:06:11-05:00March 14th, 2022|dry ice blasting|

In the most recent data from the National Marine Manufacturers Association, the US marine industry is estimated at $42 billion. If you're a boat owner, can you guess how many boats that equates to in the US? If you thought around 300,000 units, you'd be correct. Boating is a delightful pastime that thousands of Americans

Can Dry Ice Blasting Help With Graffiti Removal?

By |2022-03-02T07:56:38-06:00February 7th, 2022|dry ice blasting|

Did you know that the yearly cost of detecting, finding, removing, and cleaning graffiti damage in the United States has been estimated to be between $15 and $18 billion? While some people view graffiti as art, others see it as a business menace. Not only may offensive graffiti damage expensive building walls, but it can also

The Benefits of Dry Ice Blasting, Explained

By |2022-03-02T07:56:45-06:00January 3rd, 2022|dry ice blasting|

Keeping equipment and machinery clean is important to ensure they work properly and last a long time. But cleaning options such as sandblasting or water blasting aren't ideal, and cleaning items using solvents can be time-consuming and messy.  That's where dry ice blasting comes in.  As a safe and effective way of washing your equipment, dry ice blasting offers a superior

Explaining Dry Ice Blasting for Beginners

By |2022-03-02T07:56:59-06:00December 6th, 2021|dry ice blasting|

What is dry ice? Well, in short, dry ice is carbon dioxide in its solid-state. It is usually employed as a cooling agent, but it is also used in many other applications. These applications include fog machines in theaters to create dramatic effects and preserve frozen foods, such as ice cream when mechanical chilling is not

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