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100% Eco-Friendly Cleaning and Stripping

Commercial & Industrial

We can clean your equipment without harming the surfaces, and in many cases without even stopping your machines.

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Automotive

Leonard Soda Blasting has the expertise car enthusiasts desire and the automotive industry demands.

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Food Processing Equipment

Consider how much easier it would be to clean your food equipment with a safe, non-hazardous cleaning process.

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Fire & Water Damage

After a fire, the last thing you want to worry about is more damage and toxins from the cleanup process itself.

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Aircraft

Today’s aviation requires the latest in technology as well as an awareness of environmental concerns, especially when it comes to cleaning.

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Log Homes

Taking care of a log home is a labor of love, and most owners know that these unique buildings are fairly high maintenance.

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Boat & Marine

One of the primary reasons for stripping a boat is blisters, which are usually caused by osmotic intrusion of water into the hull.

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How does soda blasting work?

Soda blasting is a method of removing surface contaminants and coatings by using sodium bicarbonate (baking soda). Compressed air from specialized blasting machine propels particles against the surface to be cleaned. As the sodium bicarbonate particles come in contact with the surface, it removes the contaminant or coating.

The sodium bicarbonate and blasting machine work in unison to perform this removal process in a nondestructive manner. The soda blasting is usually done in open air, booth or cabinet. The Soda Blaster is ideal for cleaning all types of delicate equipment and surfaces. It eliminates sanding, soaking, scrubbing, and abrasive blasting.

Latest Work

“We at Northwest Restoration consider it a privilege to work with Leonard Soda Blasting and would highly recommend Greg and his team for any of your soda blasting projects.”

Jim Clarke

President, Northwest Restoration