Sodium Bicarbonate (“Baking Soda”) has a long and established history. In 3500 BC, Egyptians used Natron, which was primarily made of Sodium Carbonate. This was used as a cleaning agent as well as to make mummies. Sodium Bicarbonate, also called Soda Ash, was first produced in 1791

Soda blasting is an environmentally-responsible method to remove coatings and contaminants from a variety of substrates. Whether the job is a restoration project or cleaning a surface for a new coat of paint, soda blasting offers a gentle yet effective way to clean, remove paint, and degrease a wide variety of substrates including steel, lead, aluminum, alloys, plastics, rubbers, composites, and masonry materials.