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ARMEX gets many questions about abrasive blast cleaning. This is not surprising, given how important cleaning is. Cleaning is being done every day in multiple industries and is an integral part of many businesses and their processes. One of the most commonly asked questions about using sodium bicarbonate (a.k.a. baking soda) as a blasting abrasive is simply this: How does it work? Read more...

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Soda Blasting Can Be Done in a Safe and Healthy Manner

Sodium bicarbonate ("baking soda") has a long and established history of safe use among humans and animals. First produced in 1791, it has since been used as a leavening agent in cooking, a mild disinfectant and deodorant, an antacid, a skin balm to treat itching, in toothpaste, and as a cattle feed supplement Read more...

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It is sometimes said that necessity is the mother of invention. And so it was with sodium bicarbonate's discovery as a gentle abrasive suitable for cleaning materials of coatings and contaminants without damaging the underlying substrate Read more...

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When cleaning substrates and surfaces that cannot be damaged the only blasting abrasive to use is ARMEX. The gentle physical propriety of baking soda but yet aggressive cleaning ability is what makes ARMEX the only choice. Other blasting abrasives can remove layers from substrates and surfaces causing permanent damage. ARMEX for when non-destructive cleaning is critical. Read more...

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Abrasive blasting is pressurized air containing a suspended particulate that is projected at a surface for the purpose of removing a coating or contaminant Read more...

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What makes ARMEX® the best baking soda abrasive?

While the idea for ARMEX® started with just plain baking soda, as the world's leader in bicarbonate technology ARM & HAMMER® formulated more than a dozen unique medias to specially meet industry surface preparation requirements. Read more...

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