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Sandblasting and Cleaning Services for the Kansas City Area

Blast-it-Clean began as a Dry Ice Cleaning Company and has evolved into the premier Cleaning and Stripping Company in the region. We have dedicated ourselves to owning and mastering both new and old technologies. With the largest toolbox in the industry, we will not force you into a singular solution. We use a multi-point analysis to determine the best solution for you.

  1. Review the surface to be cleaned or blasted.
  2. Analyze the material to be removed.
  3. Determine the finished look, after cleaning or blasting, the customer is aiming for.
  4. Evaluate other factors (environment, waste concerns, obstacles, etc., etc.).
  5. Recommend the process and media combination to achieve the desired finish without damaging the surface and at the most cost-effective rate.

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Latest from the Blast-It Blog…

Bronze Bell and Exterior Brick Restoration

Earlier this month, we performed a bronze bell and exterior brick restoration project to clean our customer’s building appearance. This project required more finesse so we used a combination of hand cleaning and scraping, on top of our blasting services. For the bronze bell, we first cleaned off the impurities by hand cleaning. Then we went over the surface with… Read More

Basement Stone Paint Removal with Dust Containment

Earlier this year, we completed a basement stone paint removal project with dust containment. The blasting in the basement could cause dust to enter other areas of the house. Our customer was living in the home therefore dust exposure to other areas was not an option. To prevent dust entering the other areas of the house, we needed to create… Read More

Graffiti Removal at Skate Park with Baking Soda Cleaning

Last month, we performed graffiti removal at a skate park with baking soda cleaning. For this project, the customer needed all of the graffiti tags removed as quickly as possible to maintain the skate park and act as a future deterrent. Taggers like to come back to observe their work and often will pick a different target if they know… Read More