Posted by RTR on December 06, 2012 at 07:59:16 from (220.127.116.11):
I was reading up on the different types of Blasting on Wikipedia because I am wanting to invest in a medium size.....possibly large size....to do the sandblasting of tractor sheetmetal, implements, and other misc. parts. Why don't we ever hear of people using the "Wet Blasting" method?? Go to Wikipedia to see what I'm talking about. I've also attached the writeup as a picture for your convienence. From what it says, it seems like a "no-brainer" as to this being the best type of blasting tractors and equipment.
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