Watch paint get stripped in seconds using 'dustless blasting'

Need to paint strip your car? This process is called dustless blasting. It uses a mixture of water and an abrasive such as recycled glass, silica sand, or coal slag. The mixture gets blasted between 60-150 psi. It cuts through paint, primer, and vinyl.

The water reduces friction and cools the metal. This protects the car from overheating and warping. Dustless blasting is also an eco-friendly option.

Unlike sandblasting, it doesn’t create toxic plumes. Instead, the abrasives and paint fall to the ground. This makes it easy to clean up. Dustless blasting works on more than just cars. Brick, limestone, concrete, graffiti removal, wood. The possibilities are endless.

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