Looking to do some deck reworking this summer? Perhaps the wood foundation is beginning to weaken, or maybe the paint has faded so much that your deck has become a different colour entirely. Whatever the case may be, summer is the best season for refurbishing decks. Learn about how dry ice blasting can help you prepare your deck for refinishing!
Dry ice blasting is one of your greenest options when considering your deck refinishing options. The pellets used are non-toxic and sublimate harmlessly into the atmosphere once you’re done with them, leaving no secondary waste behind. They also eliminate the need for scrubbing using harsh solvents and solutions, which can be difficult to clean up and hazardous if left unattended. And by using dry ice pellets, you are helping to reuse carbon dioxide, as the pellets are made using CO2 recycled from other industrial processes.
Each individual dry ice pellet is small enough to reach into all nooks and crannies, so you can target all surfaces with ease. It is safe to use on wood, piping, and concrete, with no fear of damage to your deck. Despite their small size, these dry ice pellets’ cleaning power is uncontested when sprayed at high speeds in a group. Use dry ice blasting to give your deck a thorough cleaning, so it’s ready to handle whatever you want to do with it next. One of the best things about dry ice blasting is that — unlike with pressure washing — you don’t need to wait for things to dry off before moving on to the next step of your deck refurbishing. Blasting also has the added benefit of removing mouldy residues, which can eat into wood if not dealt with.
If you’ve been waiting to get started on a new deck, there’s no better time than now! With the weather getting friendlier and the outdoor season coming in, you’ll want to ensure that your new deck is ready, so you can enjoy all those summer BBQ’s properly. Give Scrub Zero a call today at (403) 697-3127 if you have any questions or concerns about dry ice blasting.
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