Safe and Effective method of Surface Renewal

Our wet blasting specialists know the appropriate application for your surface and start by examining your surface to determine

the correct blasting approach to produce an optimal finish.

Vapor blasting, also known as wet blasting or liquid honing

Most applications require a strict finish protocol. Vapor blasting delivers a stream of water-borne abrasive that flushes the surface to create the cleanest surface possible without ruining the integrity of the surface. Vapor blasting is careful not to impregnate your surface with any media and is a dust-free process due to the use of water.

Benefits of Blasting

Fairly clean, dust-free process

Water is used to clean the surface, removing the possibility of degenerative impact

Removes grease and particulate

Cleans the surface

Promotes a longer life for the surface

Creates an illuminated softer finish

Avoids disruption of soft surfaces

Typical Blasting Applications

Degreasing of surfaces to renew and possibly prepare for coating

Cleaning of dies & molds

Removal of paint, rust, scale, carbon & similar deposits in engineering industries

Surface preparation prior to bonding, re-painting or re-coating

Satin finishing of stainless steels, industrial equipment, and other materials

Restaurant Commercial Cleaning


Reflective Epoxy Floors

Driveway Cleaning

Cleaning and wash exterior walkway using polishing machine and chemical or acid

High-pressure Cleaning

Worker in safety vest cleaning roof tiles with high-pressure cleaning machine

Power Hose

to clean industrial machines, sticky walls, stainless steel equipment, dairy.

Mega Plant Cleaning

to clean industrial machines, sticky walls, stainless steel equipment, dairy.