Because cob blasting is a completely dry process, it is a perfect choice where water supply is not available or where water would damage the surface or allow mold growth to begin. The process has no environmental impact because the corn itself biodegrades within a few weeks and doesn’t contribute to pollution with wastewater products. As we continue to search for more “green” solutions to common problems, cob blasting presents itself as an excellent choice, and one that will make your business stand out among the competition. Using a natural product, rather than chemicals is very appealing to environmentally conscious customers and they can have the assurance that cob blasting is non-toxic and safe for people, animals and plants. Make no mistake, green is in and if your business can corner that market, the payoff will be substantial.
For the contractor, the benefits include a shorter wait time if you are planning to apply a finish after blasting. Unlike water pressure washing, cob blasting is dry and won’t cause the wood to swell. As soon as the blasting is complete, refinishing can begin, saving valuable work time – and money. Besides not being tethered to a water supply, cob blasting saves you time because you are not forced to bring water or chemicals to the jobsite and there is virtually no clean-up of the area or wastewater to deal with. It’s a benefit for all concerned.
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