Tips on Blast Cleaning Your Hardwood
With the right blast cleaning, you can take off graffiti from wood while restoring it to its former beauty. Using corncob blasting you can also repair water and fire damage. Not only will you be able to remove paint and tar deposits with the right blast treatment, but you can also clean brickwork and stonework without damage the wood surface.
Low Air Pressure and Delicate Abrasives
In order to removed paint, tar, graffiti, grime, and more from your hardwood, you should use low air pressure and delicate abrasives. This way you can gently tease paint and other unwanted stains off the hardwood until it is clean and vibrant.
Sandblasting is the most effective way to clean new, old, painted, or non-painted wood. With this method, you can return outdoor or indoor wooden items back to their former look. It doesn’t matter whether it is as delicate as furniture or as large as a building, the right blasting methods can clean your wood to the best results. Paint on stairs, wood furniture, or beams is often difficult to remove without damaging the wood underneath it. Coarse calcium grit can blast any paint of your wood, restoring your wood and improving its appearance.
Soda blasting can also be used to clean old and new hardwood. Soda crystal cleaning for dirty wood or veneered furniture can minimize the damage to the material while cleaning it properly. Soda crystals will ensure that no damage is done to surrounding glass as well. It is important make sure that any surfaces blasting with soda are properly neutralized after blasting.
Many people struggle to clean the black wax edge of Victorian wood floors. This often gets dirty when the cleaning method creates fiction that results in melted wax that is not removed. Blast cleaning is cold, it can be the perfect method for restoring Victorian flooring because it won’t harm it or degrade its integrity.
Kramer Industries has provided quality blasting and pressure systems for over 100 years. If you’re looking for expert advice on blast cleaning hardwood, reach out to the team at Kramer Industries today. We always get it right from the start.