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06-16-2013 03:13 PM
renegade6 Grenade Inspector. Try BK Rodz in Harrisburg, they are blasting my car now.
04-17-2013 10:10 AM
tech69 go to a top of the line restoration shop and ask them who they use and ask them how they do hoods and panels that warp. The blasters we use are very accustomed to what the customer wants. I recall a couple cars ago we didn't pay for the backsides to be blasted on some parts but they blasted the back of the fenders on the bottom where the brace is and there's usually rust there. I was impressed with their know how. What I'm not so sure about is how any blaster company epoxy primes. The place I'm thinking of has my confidence over the simple fact it feathers nice but I've also worked at a resto place that used a different blaster and the epoxy didn't feather nice and think they didn't blow it off good enough. Not sure what epoxy primer either uses. These are all worthy questions to ask.
04-17-2013 09:50 AM
grenade inspector No, but I am looking for one in the area as well.
04-06-2013 09:55 AM
renegade6
Media blasters Carlisle/Harrisburg, PA

Does anyone know of any good media blasters in my area (Carlisle/Harrisburg) PA?

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