Water Blasting vs. Dry Ice Blasting
- Both water and dry ice blasting are eco-friendly, effective and fast.
- Water blasting is best used on building walls and similar surfaces.
- Dry ice blasting can be used on virtually any surface or machinery.
- Dry ice blasting is better suited for spaces that can’t be cleaned with water.
Cleaning your facility is no small task. When considering the best cleaning method for your facility, it is important to consider environmental impact and facility downtime. Both water blasting and dry ice blasting are eco-friendly, effective and have fast cleaning methods. Compare the two and choose which is best for your facility with Michigan Quality Industrial Services.
The most common cleaning method utilizing water is power washing. While power washing may be effective at cleaning some machinery, it can be harmful to sensitive equipment. Water can cause damage to sensitive parts or, if not dried properly, cause mold and mildew to grow. Power washing is best if used on building exteriors, roofs, patios and other similar surfaces.
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Dry Ice Blasting
While power washing may cause harm to sensitive equipment, dry ice blasting can be used on virtually any surface including metal, glass, brick, wood and more. There are many different uses for dry ice blasting. A universal cleaning method, dry ice blasting can help your facility in many ways including:
- Smoke damage removal
- Equipment or machinery cleaning
- Historic brick restoration
- Surface preparation
- Interior and exterior wall cleaning
- Mold Removal and more!
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Whichever You Choose, Clean with MQIS
Both power washing and dry ice blasting are inexpensive and effective cleaning methods that do not require long periods of downtime. No matter which method you choose, the knowledgeable staff at Michigan Quality Industrial Services is available 24/7 to fulfill your cleaning needs. Contact us today at 888-982-8677 for a free on-site quote or for more information.