Dry Ice Cleaning Responded to Mold Remediation Needs

Dry ice cleaning provided by Blast It Clean was a much-needed solution when the rain and moisture brought out mold issues in the wood structures. Dry Ice Cleaning is also frequently required by mold remediation projects.

From October 2018 to November 2018, Blast It Clean participated in a restoration project and offered our dry ice cleaning specialty in mold remediation, fully removing the mold leaving the wooden structure in like new condition.

The photo above showed a before/after comparison of the ceiling structure. On the left, we could clearly see the mold between the wood ceiling structures. On the right, we proudly display the successful result of dry ice cleaning.

The restoration team was lead by Jake Liles, one of our experienced project managers.

“Dry ice cleaning is by far the most effective, environmentally-friendly solution for mold removal. It is also the safest way.“ Said Jake.

The project included all surfaces in the structure, including the 2” x 4” studs, decking, Joist, and Joist Decking. Our crew blasted over fifteen thousand sq ft of floor surface using dry ice. The total surface that required mold remediation was more than fifty-six thousand sq ft.

Upon the completion of Dry ice Blasting, the Blast It Clean team carried out a fully detailed cleaning. The cleaning included broom sweeping and a HEPA vacuuming process.

Baking Soda Blasting Played Magic in Recent Fire Restoration Collaboration with ServPro

Baking Soda Blasting Played Magic in Recent Fire Restoration Collaboration with ServPro

Blast It Clean partnered up with Servpro of Olathe/Lenexa, a franchisor of disaster recovery services on a fire restoration project in the state of Missouri. Blast It Clean completed a full containment process prior to blasting the interior and exterior walls, ceiling decking, and joists of the structure using the baking soda blasting process. The scope of this project covered all areas damaged by soot or char, exterior soot touch-ups around the corrugated steel, the other side of the burnt walls, and studs in the exposed room, in addition to a series of services Servpro performed.

Kansas City Interior Commercial Property Restoration

These projects can include a lot of different specifications such as: lead based paint, minimal to zero dust exposure, historical renovation and overall integrity of the existing surfaces.

Kansas City Legends Outlet Brick Restoration

This project detailed blasting the brick walls to remove the existing paint without damaging the brick while also controlling the dust created from the blast process.

Fire Restoration Dry Ice Cleaning Commercial Property

The project totaled over 10,000 square feet of concrete ceiling to be cleaned within a 2 day time frame. We completed the project utilizing a 3 man crew with 2 men performing dry ice cleaning.

The Safest & Quickest Way to Clean Your Food Production Facility: Dry Ice Blasting

Our team uses rice sized pellets of dry ice at temperatures near -109 degrees Fahrenheit, or -78.5 degrees Celsius. These particles are softer than sand meaning they don’t damage the surface they’re cleaning. It’s such a gentle method that it can be used to clean the dust off of books!

Fire Restoration Commercial Property

Dry Ice and Baking Soda were the two blast materials we used for this project. The Baking Soda would act to remove the soot buildup and deodorize the surface. For the areas where dust was a concern or no odor was present, Dry Ice was utilized.

Building Window Renovation Project

The project is for the Pickwick Building off Ninth and McGee. For the Pickwick Building Renovation project we have worked for four different contractors on different methods of blasting and cleaning.

Log Cabin Stain Removal

Given the log wood surface, we selected to use Corn Cob as the blast material for this project. We taped and covered the windows and additional areas around the home to protect them from the blast process.

Historical Renovation Media Blasting Project

This Historical Renovation Media Blasting project was successful in removing the paint and sealer from all the interior wood structures to restore the original wood surface.

Interior Warehouse Restoration to Maintenance Free Surfaces

For this interior warehouse restoration project, we converted painted brick walls and wood ceilings (surfaces that had required maintenance such as repainting, etc) to maintenance-free surfaces. The warehouse was very old and in need of updating.