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post #1 of Old 06-09-2009, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
 
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Thumbs up dry ice restoration for wood and brick etc

Hi all .Mr Jones here from Iceblast uk ltd.do you know what Dry ice blasting is ? do you know how we could help you in a cleaner future with this revalution in cleaning .We are amazed how many of you dont even know it is here .please visit our site www.iceblastuk.co.uk im sure you will agree once you see the site that it is the way forward for most public sectors to industrial cleaning .We welcome any questions and are more than happy to work with you to see how we can improve on your current proceedures.please note dry ice blasting is enviromently friendly and can be used in a huge range of areas.I thank you for your time and if nothing else i have opened your is to the revalution in cleaning .Kind Regards Mr T Jones
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post #2 of Old 09-07-2009, 09:47 PM
 
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For something like fence and deck restoration, is the primary selling point to dry ice blasting a smaller carbon footprint? Is that it?
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I think that deck restoration would be best suited with water blasting. Dry ice blasting is quite a bit more expensive then hydro blasting. For an outside job like a deck... dry ice is probably overkill.
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post #4 of Old 02-06-2011, 06:53 AM
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I've been looking into dry-ice blasting and it's expensive considering the cost of the dry-ice media and storing of the product.

If I do it... it's going to be for fire or mold restoration project which budgets support the additional cost.

But for traditional exterior cleaning and paint/sealer removal of wood, stone, mortar, brick, concrete or medal dry ice is expensive.

I perform a semi wet media process and even that's expensive for wood decks.

If you're looking to remove sealer or paint from Log homes as well as brick, concrete and stone then our process is the way to go.

There's videos on our website of the process.
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The dry ice blast cleaning process cleans even in tight angles, around nails, wiring and plumbing components without damaging their surface integrity. Dry ice blasting can be used on wood, brick, concrete and metal to restore the surface to its original condition.
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