1/2" Universal Soda Blasting Retro Fit Kit

    Item #51360 Brand: Eastwood

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    Convert your abrasive blaster into a soda blaster in less than 15 minutes! No need to buy a separate soda blaster if you already have an abrasive pressure blaster. Our Universal Soda Blasting Retrofit Kit allows you to convert either a 3/8" or 1/2" pressure blaster into a soda blaster.
    • Soda won't damage or warp metal
    • Perfect for stripping fiberglass
    • Environmentally friendly
    • Strips without chemicals

    About 1/2" Universal Soda Blasting Retro Fit Kit

    Compatible with Eastwood, Clarke®, ALC®, BRUTâ„¢, or 50-to-300-lb. and other pressure blasters with a 1/2" or 3/8" NPT tank bottom thread. Complete kit with installation and usage instructions included. See "Accessories" tab for our most popular bicarbonate soda medium. (NOT the kitchen type!)


    Instructions

    Download product instructions PDF



    Soda Blast Retrofit Kit - How To Troubleshoot Guide & Operating Instructions


    Accessories

    11806 Automotive (Medium) Bicarbonate Soda Media
    50417 Galvanized Funnel


    Instructions

    Click here for instructions


    Safety

    Wear a particle dust mask similar to what you'd use around saw dust. Eye protection and hearing protection is also recommended.


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    Product good, perfor,amce not as good as expected (Posted on 4/21/13)
    Review by Ken
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    The retrofit kit is consists of high quality components. However, soda blasting didn't work as well as expected. I used it to strip paint off of my Corvette, which had been repainted once back in the 80's. It worked well on large open areas (although not as fast and efficient as a razor blade) but it did not perform well in the areas I need it to. I stripped most of the paint with a razor blade and decided to try the soda blaster in the nooks and crannies like the recessed tailight housings, vents, and door jambs. It did not perform well in these areas at all. It would eat into the surrounding fiberglass before it removed the paint. Maybe there was excessive paint (soft enamel?) in these areas or maybe it just doesn't work well when trying to blow it into small recesses. Looks like I'll be breaking out the sandpaper.
    Worth the expense with accessories (Posted on 1/18/11)
    Review by french-peddler
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    The retro fit kit works and is worth the expense. I do however recommend that you get a strainer for the media. This is an absolute which I didn't have at first and questioned the reliability of the product..
    If you have a need then this is a good way to have one bottle for two different media retros.
    HAPPY (Posted on 6/8/10)
    Review by kyanite
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    great idea VERY GOOD PRODUCT !

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