FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
vs Sandblasted Vinyl?
the best building phase to blast in?
you know beforehand that they will need sandblasting then the best case
scenario would be to have the glass panes blasted before installation. The
building contractor should liaise with the glazier who can then make
sure the glass is blasted at the workshop thus avoiding having to blast on
the glass has already been installed and you realise that you require
sandblasting then this is the time to arrange on site blasting before the
painting and finishing of the house.
On-site blasting or at the workshop?
sandblasted panes be stained by vanish and paint?
Varnish & Paint can stain sandblasting so it is important that the
worker take care not to touch the sandblasting with his or her brush.
The sandblasted area close to where varnishing or painting is being done
should be masked because should the sandblasting become stained,
re-sandblasting over the stain will most likely be the only solution.
sandblasting remove paint and rust?
Most definitely but obviously not in every case. Check out Industrial Sandblasting
do you clean Perspex?
suggest meths but NEVER THINNERS as it eats away at the Perspex.
do I maintain vinyl?
window cleaning products and meths are fine to use with a soft cloth but
stay clear of abrasive cleaners or cloths which could damage and/or cause the
vinyl to peel away. Also beware of cleaning products with bleach which could
discolour the vinyl.
is UV Bonding?
See UV Bonding
DID YOU KNOW?
can even sandblast your jeans!