Reasons for Abraisive Blasting a Metal Surfuce Before Painting

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Senko Abrasive Blasting in Brisbane Recommend Blasting a Metal Surface Before Painting

When it comes to painting any surface, whether it be the side of a house or the hood of your car preparing the surface is paramount. When a surface is prepared properly the paint will dry better and you will get a superior quality finish.

Abrasive Blasting and Painting Helps Prevent Future Corrosion

Wet paint can produce a nice finish, but did you know abrasive blasting and painting produces an even better finish? There is a less chance of corrosion when using the abrasive blasting and painting method.

Abrasive Blasting and Painting Saves You Money

Abrasive Blasting and painting is also an economical choice. This is because the paint sits more evenly on surface that has been treated with the abrasive blast process. With less coats needed for a quality finish, you won’t need to fork out more money for extra paint.

Abrasive Blasting and Painting Saves You Time

Wet paint can take a lot longer to dry because of the extra coats that are needed. When you use the abrasive blasting and painting method your surface will be properly prepared. This means less drying time, and less time before you can have your car back on the road.

We can Help You with The Other Items in Your Home That Need Painting

We can do more than just sandblast your vehicle before you start the painting process. We can also use our other abrasive blasting methods, which include bead blasting, soda blasting, walnut blasting and garnet blasting.

With these various methods we can help you prepare metal furniture, wooden beams and furniture, can furniture, plastic and statues and bronze castings.

If you’re thinking about preparing something in your home to paint, call us first! With our range of abrasive blasting services, we’ll be able to help! Preparing your surface is the most important thing to do before you begin painting. Leave it to the experts and get the job done right.