Wet abrasive blast cleaning which involves the use of water as a medium for facilitating the cleansing process. In this case, the use of water or any other cleansing fluid minimizes the rate at which the surface is worn out. In the process, damage on the surface is minimized leading to a smoother finishing of the surface. In the overall, the cost of blasting is considerably reduced.
By preserving its long-standing reputation, abrasive blast cleaning now earn big when it comes to customer preferences. First, the coating is a darling to many users for being all weather. This means that a single polishing of a project will ensure total retention of most of the features at adverse conditions. Consequently, most customers undertaking complex projects prefer using the Teflon based coatings that offer an excellent resin based weather resistance.
An additional technique used today is a dry ice blasting that uses soft dry ice shot at high speed onto the surface. This leads to tiny explosions over the surface being cleaned being formed. With most of the dry ice subliming, there is often no residue left on the surface cleaned. Lastly, there is another technique – bristle blast cleaning which involves the use of steel wire bristles. In this case, the bristles are rotated on the surface being cleaned leading to total removal of the impurities while leaving it smooth and partially polished.