Re: Soda Blasting For Mold Removal vs clean clorox water
Posted by johncodie on 2/04/07
The US Navy has time honored methods that go beyond this country for
accomplishing task. Some of these methods started slang terms that
continue on to this day. They have as many as tweleve agencies that come
onboard to certify that their time honored methods have been preserved.
The can not endorse any product or be a part of the products
advertisements. Their cleaning products are very caustic and the
materials used very non-porous. I understand NAVAIR, or any other
authoritive group checking out a new product of ship, and certificating
the product as meeting their requirements. I don't know what or why any
group would provide Certification for Soda Blasting. For a steel vessel
properly sized grit, and for a wooden, fiberglass vessel,
saltwater/detergent water. For the majority of homes in New Orleans clean
water high pressure wash, or saltwater wash would be an excellent start,
followed by a long drying process.
The people certifying soda blasting uses what to hold up their britches?
There are a few people that create new things we wish we could have
thought about; and the majority of these fad are repackagings.
Soda Blasting makes about as much sense as making lye soap out of oak ash,
and pig lard. Sure it will clean, and take most of your skin with you but
is alot of trouble.
If I would have had the option I would have gone with just a fire hose and
checked how rotten was mold. If it got blown away, I probably did'nt
need it in the first place.
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