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Abrasive Blasting Vs. Water Blasting: Which Is Better?

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Before proceeding to paint any structure, painters have to prepare the surface. Properly preparing the surface will help the paint job last longer and will affect the performance and service of the paint. For the best results, painters have to make sure that the entire surface does not have any dirt or dust on it. This will ensure that the paint will stick to the surface, not to the dust or dirt on the surface. This is why choosing the right sandblasting service is essential before you have your facility painted.

It can be difficult to choose whether to have abrasive blasting, also known as sandblasting, or water blasting. There are key differences between the two, and choosing the right one will ensure that the paint will last a long time.

Water Blasting

Companies use water blasting for a variety of different types of surfaces. One of the main benefits of water blasting is that it only uses water, so there will not be any harmful chemicals released in the area. It also does not need to be rinsed at the end because the process only made use of water. After workers have water blasted a surface, they just need to allow it to dry before they can paint.

Sandblasting

Sandblasting, also known as abrasive blasting, is one of the most common types of blasting, especially for metal surfaces. However, companies can also use sandblasting for other types of surfaces. Using a sandblasting service can help you remove old paint, dirt, and dust to prepare your building for painting properly.

Wet sandblasting uses water and sand on the surface. On the other hand, dry sandblasting involves using highly pressurized air along with sand. Your sandblasting company will help you decide which method to choose, depending on the type of surface and the types of contaminants on it.

Both types of sandblasting offer several benefits over water blasting. For example, choosing sandblasting in Toronto allows the sandblasters to prepare the surface more quickly than by using water alone. This is because the abrasive sand will help to rub the dirt and old paint off the surface. This allows a sandblasting service team to prepare your surface in a few hours rather than in a few days. Sandblasting can also clean away many types of contaminants, from rust to large amounts of grime.

Choose Sandblasting in Toronto

You may be wondering, “Where can I find sandblasting companies near me?” The good news is that Industry Painting offers sandblasting services for a variety of projects. Our services will not disappoint you. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help in your sandblasting project in Toronto.

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