Wet blasting is a blasting technique that uses a combination of water, high pressure air and media to remove a coating from a substrate.
This method is excellent for removing paint on exterior applications and fire damage from some substrates. It is also an effective way to keep dust levels to a minimum
while performing blasting work. Conventional sand blasting can be extremely dusty and often requires enclosures due to airborne contamination. Wet blasting
often negates that requirement as it inherently suppresses dust as part of its process while using little water.
Wet Blasting also has tendency to absorb some of the initial impact of the media hitting the substrate. This is another way of not damaging the substrate while
removing any contaminants or unwanted items from it.