Dry Ice Blasting: The Coolest Way to Clean
If you own a business or home that has been tagged with graffiti, you know how frustrating it can be to try and remove it. Painting over it leaves mismatched paint spots on your building, and pressure washing can damage some sidings if done improperly. A building that has been vandalized or is just in need of a thorough cleaning can be a problem for a homeowner or business owner.Thankfully, there is a method of high pressure cleaning that is less abrasive than pressure washing with water and environmentally friendly.
Dry Ice Blasting
This method of cleaning works by propelling CO2 particles at supersonic speed, using compressed air, at the surface that needs to be cleaned. Thanks to the extremely low temperature of dry ice, a micro-thermal shock is created when the CO2 hits the surface. The dry ice then explodes on contact, converting to a gas that expands rapidly and helps remove the contaminant. This method can be used to remove everything from mold to oil and grease. Unlike sand blasting or plastic bead blasting, dry ice blasting does not leave anything behind since the CO2 evaporates and is propelled by compressed air. Plus, dry ice is non-poisonous, inexpensive and can be stored at work sites.
Dry Ice Corp: A Dry Ice Supplier in Maryland
Dry Ice Corp is the largest regional supplier of dry ice products and customized delivery services in the Northeastern United States, from Virginia all the way up to Maine. And because our dry ice is supplied by manufacturing plants located right here in the Northeast, we can guarantee freshness. Other suppliers, meanwhile, get their dry ice from manufacturing plants as much as 1,000 miles away, which has a direct impact on product freshness. Ready to get your dry ice? Click here!
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