Cleaning methods

  • Abrasive Blasting
  • Bead Blasting (for soft metals cabinet)
  • Dry/wet Blasting
  • Low pressure Cleaning (for glass etching)
  • High Pressure Cleaning
  • Power washing
  • Shot Blasting
  • Blast Track Blasting( for floors)
  • Underwater blasting
  • Confined spaces

What is blast cleaning?

Blast Cleaning or commonly known as sand blasting or grit blasting is worked from an  air compressor which pumps air into a "Blasting Pot" which holds abrasive grit, a mixture of grit and air is forced down a  pipe and out of to clean the item.

Rocket Blasting can do either dry or a wet blast service.

Variable air pressures is a must on all blast cleaning jobs from glass etching to delicate and soft metals such as alloy or even car panels.

What's Multi-media Abrasive?

Rocket blasting uses a multitude of  different grits for different jobs. For example we would not use a course abrasive to blast clean your 1960's split screen campervan - because it would come out like a tea bag - nor use a hard abrasive to blast wood - it would splinter.

Down to our experience we know what abrasive to use and not to use on different materials or jobs.