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5 years 2 weeks ago #2273 by jamsac
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Too late a reply here, I did comment in the other post after using the nut shells. There is a guy on the coast here in Gibsons, we are in the volunteer F.D. together, and he does dry ice blasting. Cost is comparable other methods, results are similar, but no, zero, zip residue.

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5 years 2 weeks ago #2274 by Roel Jansen
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James,

In my working days I often also visited used printing machinery sellers and it amazed me that parts almost looked like new after they were cleaned with dry ice!

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5 years 2 weeks ago #2277 by David
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jamsac wrote: Too late a reply here, I did comment in the other post after using the nut shells. There is a guy on the coast here in Gibsons, we are in the volunteer F.D. together, and he does dry ice blasting. Cost is comparable other methods, results are similar, but no, zero, zip residue.

James

Can the average person do this or do you need special equipment ?

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5 years 20 hours ago #2371 by Roel Jansen
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David,

I found this and there are a lot more!

www.cryonomic.com/EN/index

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4 years 11 months ago #2406 by jamie mac
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jamsac wrote: Too late a reply here, I did comment in the other post after using the nut shells. There is a guy on the coast here in Gibsons, we are in the volunteer F.D. together, and he does dry ice blasting. Cost is comparable other methods, results are similar, but no, zero, zip residue.

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nice i have seen that process in the oil industry. in PEI we have nobody who does it. the walnut shells in my driveway have blended into the gravel. if i had of had more time i would have tarped under boat to collect paint.

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4 years 11 months ago #2407 by jamie mac
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Roel Jansen wrote: James,

In my working days I often also visited used printing machinery sellers and it amazed me that parts almost looked like new after they were cleaned with dry ice!

it works great last shift at work it was used to clean very fine filters . they came out like new.

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