|Today 08:25 PM|
|milo||Depends what parts your blasting.. Dry Ice is like butter on undercoat|
|Today 06:23 PM|
|2 car guy||I've been here for years just a different name now. All I can say to you is check some of his posts from a while back and make up your oun mind. I'm done.|
|Today 06:03 PM|
Did I miss something between the lines? no hate.
|Today 03:55 PM|
i dont sell paint nor do i work for spi . i also dont work for ppg , norton , evercoat or west systems but i do use their products as a professional and recommend them. i have also been here 10 years this month and go out of my way to help people.
digging up years old threads just to post a link is called spamming. happens here all the time . there is a large wiki article on blasting and stripping paint .
|Today 03:37 PM|
|2 car guy||
How come everything is spam lately, and sellling paint isn't? Why don't you spend more time on here actually helping people out instead of putting everything down. I know you have to be a better person in real life instead of being so sour online. At least I like to think so.
|Today 06:28 AM|
so what did you learn from the spam ?
and i researched it for a year before investing in the business .
|Today 04:37 AM|
|2 car guy||
Shine, if it's old and useless, why are you answering it? I don't see a thing wrong with doing research on something. A person may learn something, try it.
|Yesterday 02:04 PM|
Check the date on the post you answered
Damb search engine
|Yesterday 01:03 PM|
|shine||sanblasting with sand is absolutely the worst thing you can do. funny how people search out old threads to insert links . that link by the way was useless.|
|Yesterday 12:48 PM|
|nabeelshams||I dont know why you should be so scared. You just need correct amount of information and you are good to go. I suggest you read about sandblasting in details. Here is some basic information about sandblasting to get you started: Basics Of Sandblasting|
|07-30-2012 03:27 AM|
|05-28-2012 05:47 PM|
Soda blasting is the best way to go if you want to remove all the paint. You must wash the vehicle with a mild soap and water first. You have to make sure you remove all the soda and rinse all the nooks and crannies. Good luck
|04-10-2012 09:10 PM|
|mr4speed||Have always had cars media blasted, D/A with 80 grit, then epoxy prime. By the way the first car I started working on when I was 12 was a 56 metropolitan convertible that I still have today. Was a father son project, and I guess that is where it all started.|
|04-07-2012 10:51 PM|
Any chance of a couple scanned .jpg pix of the relevant pages? Thanks.
|04-07-2012 03:13 PM|
Just my new issue of Street Rodder. They have a artical about soda blasting. Check it out.
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