Sandblasting

A process of blowing sand by compressed air with considerable force through a hose against an object.

Often used for cleanup of horizontal construction joints or for the exposure of aggregate in architectural concrete. A method of scarifying the surface of concrete or masonry to provide a bondable surface. Also used to clean metal before painting.

See also: Shot Blasting.

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