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Soda Blasting

Abrasive blasting is good for rusty frames and such, but abrasives can ruin the smooth texture of factory sheetmetal when stripping the paint and rust. For delicate jobs good old fashioned baking soda is a much better choice. Eastwood has special media blasters designed specifically for soda powder blasting. Plus we've also got blasters that can use both abrasives and soda, and switch in minutes or even on the fly. Whether you are a hobbyist, or a professional body shop, we've got something to fit your needs and budget.

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Our most affordable soda/abrasive blaster has 50-lb. media capacity
Only $259.99
Try abrasive or soda blasting on smaller jobs, without a big investment

Starting at: $14.99

2-in-1 blaster works with as little as 10 cfm at 90 psi

Only $285.99

Sale $199.99

2-in-1 blaster includes 50 lbs. of soda to get you started
Only $299.99
USA-made, 2-in-1 blaster includes 50 lbs. of soda to get you started
Only $719.99
Switch "on the fly" between soda and abrasive media...or combine!

Only $429.99

Sale $369.99

USA-made portable soda blaster includes 1/8" nozzle, 100-lb. capacity
Only $1,999.99
USA-made portable soda blaster includes 3/32" nozzle, 10-lb. capacity
Only $399.99
USA-made 2-in-1 blaster works with as little as 10 cfm at 90 psi
Only $699.99
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