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Published on May 4, 2011
SteamMaster offers Armex/Accustrip baking soda blasting to abrasively clean and resurface a variety of surfaces. Arm & Hammer 'Formulated 14's' unique blasting medias are effective in removing paint and degreasing a wide variety of surfaces including metals, aluminum, plastics, composite and masonry surfaces such as brick, concrete, or natural stone. It is even gentle enough to use on glass without etching.
Fire Damage Restoration Baking soda blasting is the preferred method to clean and deodorize a structure to remove soot, char and odor after fire damage.
We have successfully utilized this process to clean & deodorize wood framing and log structures that have been substantially impacted by fire, smoke, and soot damage. In most cases there is no need to apply a pigmented shellac to encapsulate soot and smoke damaged framing or logs after utilizing this unique process. This process will clean the wood, logs, brick, or stone to their pre-loss appearance. Wood and logs will be ready to accept a penetrating stain and there will be no visible evidence of a loss having occurred in attics, crawl spaces, or interior walls.