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Eastwood 100-lb. Pressure Abrasive Blaster is rated 3.9722222222222223 out of 5 by 36.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works well for the price This is the ubiquitous Chinese blaster, but painted blue with an Eastwood decal. Works well for the price, but all the hardware is very low quality. Expect to replace nozzles often. The media control valve tends to be the clog point. Keep your media dry and pay attention to the 80 grit limit. Make sure the length of hose between the compressor and blaster is 25' to allow water vapor to condense so the water trap can filter it. The hood that comes with this is unusable as the shape prevents the lense from staying in field of vision. You will need to buy another hood that works. Pick up some blasting gloves while you're at it.
Date published: 2011-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from With a few minor mods, this unit performs In an effort to improve the performance of this blaster, i did a couple modifications. I use two air compressors connected in parallel to get the cfm and a four stage dryer on the air line so I can blast through an entire hopper without stopping. I picked up an electric massager and strapped it to the unit. The vibrations keeps the media moving and prevents clogging and vortex. I replaced the blasting hose with one that has a metal ground wire running through the jacket; this stops the static shock when blasting. I picked up an arc blast hood and use that for media blasting, great fit, full face viewing, durable. With these few mods, the system runs flawlessly all day.
Date published: 2013-11-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst hunk of junk I’ve seen, total rip off! Where to start, This sandblaster was a gift from my wife on my advice that the Eastwood name meant quality. It is one of the worst hunk of junk tools I’ve seen in a LONG time, with nothing more than a pretty label. Its hard to regulate the media, the soft rubber stopper on the dead mans valves wares out instantly causing you not to be able to cut off the air an media. The mixer/manifold where the air an media mix, is made from cheap pot metal and has already been wore out by media an is non replaceable (see pic). I have not made it through an entire car yet, only a couple quarter panels an the upper cowl. What I am working on is a small Model T coupe, not a large project by any means. Do not waste your money on this tool, your better served to by a cheap one an modify it.
Date published: 2015-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use! Arrived from Eastwood on Friday and I wasn't expecting it until the following Monday. The free shipping was an added bonus. It came partially assembled and I was able to do the final assembly, using the enclosed instructions, in a short period of time. I am restoring an old Coca Cola box that has some rust and other paint issues. The unit ran great for about thirty minutes and then the media and air stopped flowing. I followed the troubleshooting guide in the instruction booklet and was able to resolve my issue......no fault of the equipment. I continued using the blaster with no further issues. At this point, I am very pleased with the overall quality and performance of my purchase. Thanks Eastwood!
Date published: 2014-12-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed with performance I bought this blaster for use in stripping my 1958 Apache but I am very disappointed with its performance. The 80 grit glass beads will not feed through the blaster. I get about 10 seconds of blasting before I have to stop and shake it. I thought it might be the media but when I used it in my cheapy gravity-fed blasting cabinet, it fed just fine and after a lot of blasting still feeds just fine. I haven't tried it with other media but it sure fails my need to use the 89 grit beads.
Date published: 2010-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from works like a champ purchased this sand blaster because of the great reviews ran it for 8hrs the first day before the tip worn out replaced it with the next size in the bag then out of the blue the hose busted open down at the bottom cut a couple inches off and it worked like new again. i was able to blast my car in one day. water tap keeps sand dry, had one clog and that was my fault for not sifting the sand bought a small window screen from my local hardware store that worked great. i would highly reccomend this product to friends or any hobbyist
Date published: 2012-10-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It did the job I have a Quincy 5HP/60 Gal air compressor, it had no troubles keeping up with this blaster. Took a little tweaking to get the blaster to work, but once I figured it out, it worked pretty darn good. The quality is the same as the harbor freight units, they look identical except this one is painted blue, got this one on sale at Eastwood, so the price was only 10 bucks more. I would purchase it again from Eastwood, I ordered it and it was here the very next day with free shipping. Overall I would recommend this unit to my friends it worked very nicely. It took about 90 minutes to blast the whole front of my mustang, did the frame, firewall, cowl inner and outer, engine bay, 90 minutes and it was done and it stripped all the rust off for me and made a nice paintable surface. Hope this review helps others.
Date published: 2014-07-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Junk Ok I have been trying to blast all morning with very poor results. I have a 26cfm 60gl compressor and no matter what I do it clogged up the dead man valve. I'm using slag as I do not want to deal with sand. Med grit 40/70. I get it going and it stops up then I play with the media valve and get it going again for a minute or to but it clogs back up. Maybe it needs finer grit but I'm blasting a truck frame with under coating on it. Poor product
Date published: 2014-04-14
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Is This Made in America?

Asked by: Plumber
This blaster is manufactured in China.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2016-06-13

Can anyone recommend a media that would work best for this blaster? I will be removing rust from a car frame. I have read sand can cause health issues but i need something cheap and aggressive that will still work in this machine. 

Asked by: John717
We would recommend you check out the Blast media selection chart to see which one would work best for you. http://www.eastwood.com/media-blast-equipment-selection-chart-eastwood
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2016-06-01

What do i use for old flaking paint on fiberglass boat

Asked by: Hatteras
Your best option for use on fiberglass would be soda media.Everything in the abrasive media line would be far to aggressive.
Answered by: KHoffnagle
Date published: 2016-05-24

What is the benefit of using a blaster vs. drawing from a bucket?  What does the blaster do that pulling from a bucket will not?

Asked by: skscruby
Pressure blasters can work more quickly than the siphon fed blast systems.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2016-05-19

Will this do fine in removing paint/surface rust as well as bondo on a classic car?

Asked by: eart
Blasting will always be an efficient way to remove paint and rust, but the process is 'hit or miss' on body filler. A lot of times you'll be able to remove thinner spots of filler easily, but depending on the thickness of the filler on the surface, blasting the entire surface and leaving the filler spots alone, then grinding the filler spots may be a quicker and more efficient method.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2016-01-15

Can you add baking soda or samnd to it to remove paint and rust

Asked by: cjparks56
Will I be able to remove old paint from a cast iron home steam radiator so I can re-spray it?
Answered by: Sheridan
Date published: 2016-04-22

Will this work to remove stain from wood?

Asked by: Estradam
If you are looking to remove stain from wood the best option will be a soda blasting since it will not harm the wood when you turn the air pressure down to about 60 PSI while blasting.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2015-10-01

Will his blaster work with walnut shell type media?

Asked by: Jeff440
Yes it will. You will need to run a larger nozzle to eliminate any sort of clogging
Answered by: SeanA
Date published: 2015-07-13
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Eastwood 100-lb. Pressure Abrasive Blaster

Item #51118 Brand: Eastwood

100-lb. blaster has large, high-flow valves to speed rust/paint removal


100-lb. "High-Flow" Pressure Blaster helps you remove rust and paint faster

  • 100-lb. media capacity
  • Large 1/2"-I.D. blaster hose and fittings
  • 8'-long, heavy-wall blast hose with dead-man valve
  • Requires just 10cfm at 90psi
  • All-steel welded top-loading hopper and pressure gauge

Bigger is better! Eastwood's "High-Flow" Pressure abrasive blaster features high-volume, extra-large valves, which means more air volume and more abrasive flow for faster removal of rust and paint.

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About Eastwood 100-lb. Pressure Abrasive Blaster

Built for the professional, with a sturdy welded hopper, 1/2" heavy-duty nozzle, heavy-wall blast hose and safety pressure-relief valve, so it's rugged, durable, and very efficient. Don't skimp with one of those low-cost units that frustrate you with clogging and sporadic media spraying. This Eastwood pressure blasting machine completely strips the average frame in less than a day, rather than weeks using other units or methods. Designed for high flow with minimal air input; a compressor producing a minimum of 10cfm at 90psi will work fine. 18.5"H x 12"W.

Rolls easily to your job site. For best results and the most efficient operation, use clean, dry, 80-grit or finer abrasive media. 1-year limited warranty.


100-lb.-capacity Blaster (30-60 minutes of blasting)
Blast Hood
Moisture Separator
1/2"-ID x 8'-long Hose
4 Ceramic Nozzles (2.0, 2.5, 3.0 and 5mm)


Click here for instructions


WARNING: Blasting emits abrasive under pressure. Adequate respiratory, eye, and body protection must be worn during use. Inhalation of silica-based media particles have been known to cause cancer and other deadly diseases, and must be avoided. Wear NIOSH- approved respiratory protection while operating this equipment.

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