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home made soda blaster

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2012/01/07 18:48:58 (permalink)

home made soda blaster

Might be worth a try.

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    Re: home made soda blaster 2013/06/02 21:14:02 (permalink)
    I gave this a go today on a set of rims that have been painted gold. I want to repaint them but have the natural alloy finish on the rim lip section.
    From this:

    To this:  

    Using this hi-tech setup:

    Quite happy with the result even though its quite messy. Cost me about 15-20mins a wheels and 1kg of Bi-Carb ($3.80ish) per wheel. Still working on best method of delivery, tried straight out of box first, then out of a bottle. It needs constant jiggling to stop it blocking at suction end and to keep it sucking the soda but will try without brass fitting in the hose next time.

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    Re: home made soda blaster 2013/06/02 23:23:59 (permalink)
    they cut the suction end tip off at an angle, often wondered if this worked

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