Sand Blaster

Share your experiences here with those favorite tools or tips that work well.

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Re: Sand Blaster

Post by redroadster »

Nut shell fragments work , but take a different tip and more volume of air. No scratching of the metal

A guy at our swap n shop had a nut blasting system he made using car exhaust
A guy I worked with bought it and liked it
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Re: Sand Blaster

Post by Daryl Smith »

Anyone try Soda blasting in these cabinets?
Most of the pictures I see are outdoors...
50+ items come up in the time to read all of them today...

Variation of baking soda, environmentally friendly, washes away easily, can be used on heads and engine parts....
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she aint pretty, she just looks that way...
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Re: Sand Blaster

Post by mraitch »

Just got a used HF cabinet - somewhat sievelike - but beats wire wheels and stuff. So much faster and for someone who loves immediate gratification - wow.

Still think I will use vinegar to prime.

Currently using alum oxide, but bought soda and glass to try.

Certainly fun. Put it straight away on wheels so I can m ove it around.

AND, any local peeps - I am in Van Nuys - are welcome over to 'have a blast'
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