Baking soda blasting and Black Beauty coal slag blasting was used to turn an abandoned building in Sedalia into a commercial hub. Blast It Clean collaborated with Elliot Mangement Services to bring new life to the building.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.