Sandblasting

catman529

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What is the going rate to get something sandblasted...like say, a rusty painted boat trailer. I haven't looked or found a shop yet but I'm considering getting it done rather than spend the extra time and frustration with a wire brush. Might even consider getting the whole boat stripped if it's not too expensive.


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Mudbone":2lmbv8t3 said:
I know a guy.
We can do it at my shop after hrs.
y'all can sand blast at OH?


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Yep.
Gotta be able to remove adhesives and stuff for lots of projects such as deep fill, epoxy floor covering, etc
 
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If that deal falls through, PM me. If you have access to a big air compressor, I have a media blaster you can borrow. It's one of those 110 lb capacity harbor freight ones.
 
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And the coal slag they sell at tractor supply, is alot safer to use than sand. You still have to wear a respirator and hood though, to be safe.
 

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