Anyone know any Sandblasters?

Discussion in 'Detailing Forum' started by Kowsk, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. Kowsk

    Kowsk Well-Known Member

    Not sure if its in the right section but, does anyone know of any sand/media blasters? I have a set of 2 piece wheels I am refinishing and need the faces cleaned up. They currently have powdercoat on them and I need them down to bare metal.

    Thanks for any help in advance.
     
  2. eurotrsh

    eurotrsh Resident Wheel Consultant

    Blast Off NY in Riverside.
     
  3. cruciform

    cruciform Damnant quod non intelleg

    I had a set of Lorinser wheels that were powdercoated, Jesse (at Blast-off) couldn't get them clean. May be worth trying again or using a good stripper, but that was my experience.
     
  4. A4 Deja vu

    A4 Deja vu Posting- God

    How can u take off chrome plating I have about 2" of chrome flaking can I grind the edge of the flaking fill the pit with jb weld (just a thought) sand level it off and paint over?
    If so what can I fill the pit with?
    What paint will stick to chrome?

    Sry to jack the thread

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  5. eurotrsh

    eurotrsh Resident Wheel Consultant

    Second choice would be Tripp Plating on William

    They chemical stripped the anodized finish from my Kinesis' last year for a pretty reasonable price ($100 I think)
     
  6. A4 Deja vu

    A4 Deja vu Posting- God

    Not sure if that response is for me also but would it strip the chrome plating? The chemical route?

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  7. MaxxVR

    MaxxVR Well-Known Member

    de-chroming is the reversal process of chroming.
    so yes a chemical bath is necessary.
     

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