How to Get Your Car Parts Looking Brand New

How to Get Your Car Parts Looking Brand New
January 20 18:44 2017 Print This Article

When you open up the hood of your car does it shine brightly? Do you miss the shine of the engine components? If not, we can help. Wetblasting is the use of an abrasive media, compressed air, and water to achieve a bright finish for all of your refinishing needs.

Unlike dry blasting, wet blasting uses liquid – to enhance the levels of the surface finish that can be achieved. The benefit of including water is a much smoother and more consistent finish and an overall better product. All of the eroded and rusted car parts will be turned into bright and better than brand new pieces that you can show brightly at your next car show. Wet Blasting is also much more versatile. It works as well removing oily scale and corrosion from engines as finishing composites or adding textured finishes to delicate smaller car parts. Whatever your automotive application needs, Wetblasting can improve it.  Count on fine, consistent and repeatable finishes with no abrasive embedment in the substrate. And because our liquid abrasive technology is completely closed-loop, Wet Blasting is more than clean, it’s green. You don’t have to worry about the messy cleanup because our machines degrease and finish. You also can improve operator productivity with better machine ergonomics. Not only that but, you will replace chemical processes used for cleaning, stripping, and etching.

 Wetblasting, also referred to as vaporblasting, will save you money when refinishing your car. Instead of ordering new parts from the factory, our machines will provide the same result for a fraction of the price.  Overall, it’s cleaner faster, more effective, more efficient and more accurate than other systems you would use.

Wetblast4Less offers low cost  American made machines that will have your car parts looking brand new. What are you waiting for?? Wetblast4Less today.

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