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Abrasive Blasting in San Bernardino County & Los Angeles

We're Abrasive Blasting Experts

Unveiling the art of abrasive blasting with precision and care. Our services are designed to meet the highest standards of quality for surface preparation and finishing.

Experience the difference with our state-of-the-art equipment and skilled technicians. We ensure a flawless finish for every project, from automotive to industrial applications.

At R&H Mobile Blasting LLC, we are dedicated to providing quality abrasive blasting services across the entire San Bernardino County and Los Angeles area.

Abrasive Blasting Experts

Abrasive blasting includes

Automotive Restoration:

Rejuvenate your vehicle's classic beauty flawlessly.

Marine Coatings:

Strip and protect against harsh marine elements.

Industrial Equipment:

Prep and finish with industrial-grade expertise.

Graffiti Removal:

Erase vandalism with careful precision and care.

Abrasive Blasting services in LA

Custom Blasting Solutions

Tailor your project’s needs with our customized abrasive blasting solutions. We adapt our techniques to suit your specific surface conditions and desired outcomes.

Commitment to environmental responsibility is at our core. We use eco-friendly methods that minimize waste and protect your assets and the surrounding area.

Three Types of Blasting

R&H Mobile Blasting LLC can do it all. Soda blasting, dry blasting, and wet blasting give you all the options to get the job done right. From wood to plastic, to metal and concrete we tackle every surface preparation job with just one machine.

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Mobile Abrasive Blasting in San Bernardino

What Are the Benefits of Abrasive Blasting

How well a surface is prepared before coating or painting will affect a paint job’s overall quality. That’s why professional finishers rely on our blasting expertise to smooth a surface before any paint job.

  • Abrasive blasting is faster and more efficient than sanding, scraping, grinding, or chemical stripping 
  • Quick and easy clean-up of contaminants on metal, brick or other hard surfaces. 
  • Allows exceptional surface preparation for coatings and sealants. 
  • Our blasting is economically friendly and non-toxic to people and pets. 
  • Blasting provides a uniform surface finish, which is particularly important in the manufacturing and automotive industries.

FAQ’s

Quick and efficient: Abrasive blasting is a fast and efficient way to clean and prepare surfaces that can take anything from few hours or days depending on the project, application, and on a variety of factors. But for example, a typical medium sized car would take approximately 5 to 8 hours.

We believe our pricing is very competitive and certainly good value. The pricing varies depending on the size of the project but it is an affordable option compared to other methods of surface preparation. It can save you time and money in the long run by preventing the need for frequent repainting or coating.

Yes. Abrasive blasting creates a roughened surface that improves the adhesion of paint and coatings by completely removing grease, dust, rush and other coatings from the surface.  This means that your paint or coating will adhere better and last longer.

Dustless blasting, is a process that uses pressurized air or water to propel abrasive materials against a surface to clean, smooth, or shape it without damaging the surface.

Unlike traditional sandblasting methods that generate clouds of abrasive dust, dustless blasting utilizes a mixture of water, abrasive material, and compressed air to achieve a cleaner and safer process.

The technique is widely used for removing paint, rust, or other surface contaminants, preparing surfaces for coating, or creating a specific surface texture for a variety of applications, including automotive restoration, graffiti removal, and industrial surface preparation.

Abrasive blasting can be performed on a wide range of materials, including metal, wood, concrete, stone, and glass. The choice of abrasive material and blasting technique varies based on the surface material and the desired outcome.

Abrasive blasting can be dangerous without proper safety measures. Our technicians wear protective gear, including a blast suit, gloves, ear protection, and a respirator or blasting helmet to protect against airborne particles, noise, and potential impact from rebounding abrasives.

While blasting can be done outdoors or indoors, it requires appropriate ventilation and containment measures to manage dust and debris. Indoor blasting often takes place in a blasting cabinet or a room designed with ventilation and dust collection systems.

Common abrasive materials include sand, steel grit, glass beads, crushed glass, walnut shells, and baking soda. Each material has unique properties and is chosen based on the type of surface being treated and the desired finish.

If not done correctly, and by an experienced professional, blasting can erode or warp the substrate. Using the correct abrasive material, pressure, and technique is crucial to avoiding damage.

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