- Media for Soda Blast Intro Kit
Media for Soda Blast Intro Kit
Maintenance "M" Soda Blast Media is the basic soda to use for standard paint removal
- Blasts-away old enamels, urethane, epoxies and lacquer coatings
- MoistureGuard 2 additive eliminates clumping, sporadic flow
- 150-micron grit size
- 10 lbs. in a plastic bottle for use with our Abrasive Blast Kit 13944
Environmentally friendly Soda Blast Media is specially formulated to strip paint without using chemicals, and without damaging metal. Maintenance "M" has medium-sized crystals for standard, safe-for-metal paint removal jobs.
About Media for Soda Blast Intro Kit
Maintenance "M" Soda Blast Media is the ideal mild abrasive formulated with environmentally friendly sodium bicarbonate (baking soda). "M" media is composed of a soft crystalline structure, making it naturally water-soluble and inorganic. Removes virtually any coating from almost any substrate. Media is developed with a premium moisture control system which coats each crystal, making it almost completely waterproof. "M" is for regular cleaning tasks; "XL" (made with the largest crystals) is the preferred choice for more aggressive applications (see "Accessories" tab).
10 lbs. of Soda Blast Media-Maintenance "M"
(Q) What will soda abrasive remove?
(A) Removes urethane, epoxies, enamels and lacquer top coats along with virtually every primer for automotive and marine use. Also strips coatings from fiberglass on vehicles and boats, and even blasts and preps wheels for paint without dismounting the tire.
(Q) What won't soda remove?
(A) Soda alone will not remove rust. Use our 50494 Rust Remover Bicarbonate Soda with 20% Aluminum Oxide that's specially formulated for rust and corrosion removal.
Use a properly fitted dust mask or respirator, safety glasses or safety shield, plus heavy gloves, long pants and a long-sleeve shirt to protect exposed skin. Get our 50097 Safety Kit for complete protection. Make sure the deadman valve is operating properly by depressing the valve lever and releasing; the nozzle should close under its own spring pressure. If not, do not use the deadman valve until the spring or obstruction is repaired.
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