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Sandblasting Spokane




Welcome To Sandblasting Spokane Wa

Welcome to Sandblasting Spokane Wa! We are a completely mobile abrasive blasting / sandblasting company that will come to your location! Now that’s convenience!

Regardless of what you need blasted, whether it’s paint removal or removing any other type of unwanted coating, we can blast away most anything from any type of surface restoring it to looking brand new!


Spokane Sandblasting Services

We Specialize In:

Dustless Blasting

Dustless sandblasting can remove virtually any coating from any surface quickly and efficiently, leaving a smooth, clean surface that is ready for a new finish. With dustless blasting you can blast faster, have less mess and dust, and the use of water or vapor blasting with the abrasive allows for less media consumption, making it more cost effective. Dustless is great for boat and car blasting.

Soda Blasting

Soda blasting gentler than typical sandblasting and is used to smooth a surface or remove contaminant off of a surface. Soda blasting uses sodium bicarbonate which makes is suitable for chrome, plastics, and even glass. It can also be used as a deodorizer, cleaning mold and smoke fires.

Mobile Blasting

We are completely mobile sandblasting company, which means we can come to you! Mobile blasting is very convenient in that you don’t have to haul your project to us. No matter the project, we have the tools and the manpower to get your job done on-site using our cost-effect process and system.

Shot Blasting

Shot blasting is when you use abrasives with centrifugal or mechanical force. It’s a completely different pressurized system than sandblasting and uses a wheel to accelerate shot-like material and blast it against a surface. It’s much more aggressive than sandblasting and is used for larger and more difficult objects.

Residential Sandblasting

We can come to your home and sandblast any surface at your residence. Removing stubborn exterior coating off of the exterior walls for repainting or re-stucco is the most typical use case of residential sandblasting. It can also be used clean and remove stains, oil or paint from wood, concrete, brick, etc. Architectural sandblasting is common for sandblasting driveways, sidewalks, pool decks, etc.

Industrial Sandblasting

We can sandblast any industrial/commercial project such as bridges, warehouse, machinery, parts, public road lines, steel structures, concrete, buildingsm etc. You name it, we can do it. We can sandblast a broad range of environments and applications including interior and exterior applications as well. Let us help you with your industrial or commercial sandblasting needs.

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Why Choose Sandblasting Spokane?

Some people find us by searching “sandblasting near me”  or “sandblasting Spokane“, but most of our customers are the family, friends, and neighbors referred to us by our past customers!

We take lots of pride in our work. We are efficient, professional, and have high craftsmanship. It’s our job to do the job right and we make sure to leave any blasted item looking brand new without any dust! Most of our blasting projects are dustless to keep surroundings clean.

Contact us to find out how we can help you and save you money and time on your next restoration project! Our goal is to bring you personalized quality work at a competitive price!

Characteristics of Sandblasting Spokane

Below are characteristics of an abrasive blasting company that you should look for when searching for a sandblasting company in Spokane.

Licensed Bonded & Insured

Free Estimates

Completely Mobile

High Quality Techniques

Professional Experience

Locally Owned & Operated

We also provide Sand Blasting Services in the Surrounding Areas

  • Spokane Valley, Wa
  • Liberty Lake, Wa
  • Deer Park, Wa
  • Cheney, Wa
  • Airway Heights, Wa
  • Many other surrounding areas in Spokane County

About Spokane Washington


Spokane Washington is one of the biggest cities in Washington state and 20 miles away from the Idaho border. 

It’s a financial, cultural, and retail center for a large area of Washington, Northern Idaho, and Western Montana. This area is known as the Inland Northwest.  

Spokane is a great place to live, whether you want to retire here, raise a family, be a student, or any other reason. 

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What Our Clients Say

  • Mobile

    I needed a large boat done at my location and they came by with their portable sandblasting machine and got it done on site! Great service.

    Jason Daniels
    May 23, 2019
  • High Quality

    Super impressed with the quality of craftsmanship. He did an amazing job on my hot rod. Very impressed.

    Tim Webster
    September 13, 2019
  • Great Pricing

    Honestly, best value in town. I was so happy with what they had done and even happier at the cost. Would recommend for sure.

    Sam Jefferson
    July 2, 2018


What is Sandblasting?

The terms sandbasting and abrasive blasting are used interchangeably. It is the process of high pressure propulsion of abrasives against a surface. The reasons for sandblasting include:

  1. Remove unwanted coatings off of a surface
  2. Smooth a rough surface
  3. Roughen a smooth surface
  4. Shape a surface

What is the best abrasive material?

There are many different types of reasons to sandblast, and there is not a “one type fits all” solution. Different types of blasting materials, referred to as media blasting, are needed dependent on the project and the surface for the right finish. 

Sand as a material is generally not recommended for most applications because it usually requires twice the amount of material, making it more expensive. 

The following are the different types of materials we use:

Glass Beads: 

Glass is a great blasting media to use for surfaces that need a softer brighter finish, such as stainless steel projects. It produces a bright, satin matte type finish. Crushed glass is typically used for stripping applications.

Aluminum Oxide: 

Aluminum oxide is extremely hard and tough. It is designed for use on any type of substrate such as glass, granite, marble, steel, etc. It’s a sharp, angular and long lasting media used for fast etching and profiling.


Plastics are soft and available in Urea, Melamine, and Acrylic depending on the hardness and particle size needed for the particular project. Plastics are best used for mold cleaning, blasting other plastic parts, or when you don’t want to remove the substrate material. Plastics are commonly used on cars, boats, planes, electronics, and other industrial applications.

Silicon Carbide: 

Silicone carbide is the strongest material available. If you have a really tough surface that needs cleared, that is when Silicon carbide is used. It’s extremely an aggressive and hard abrasive used for fast cutting applications and deep etching. Sometimes it is used for cutting stone, glass and other heavy duty blast cutting. It can also be used for polishing and on bonded abrasive tools. 

Steel Shot and Grit: 

Steel is cost-effective to other abrasives because of how hard and tough and recyclable it is. It can remove most anything, can be used to texture a surface as prep for a final coating, or can be used to harden (or peen) something. The shape and size of the steel is considered for the type of project. 

Walnut Shells: 

Walnut shells are hard crushed walnut shells used for blast cleaning and polishing softer surfaces that could be damaged if harsher abrasives were used. Walnut shells are used on soft metals, fiberglass, wood, plastic and stone. It can also be used as a polisher for jewelry. Also environmentally safe.

Corn Cobs: 

Corn cobs are a grain abrasive that are made from crushing a corn cob into various grit sizes. It is soft with very low abrasions and ideal for cleaning, burnishing, de-flashing, and deburring. Some applications for corn cobs include jewelry, engine parts, fiberglass, cutlery, or removing debris or graffiti from wood, brick, or stone. Also environmentally safe.

How much does sandblasting cost?

We charge by the hour, but the rate all depends on the needs of the project. Some things that we consider when determine price:

  • Abrasive material needed
  • Method of sandblating (dustless, shot blasting, soda blasting, etc.)
  • Distance of your job. (we are local, but can travel to your location. Longer distances may incur extra fees)
  • Type of location (residential blasting or business)
  • Scale of the job to determine amount of abrasion material needed
  • And some other factors . . 

The best thing to do is give us a call. We offer completely FREE price quotes as a local sandblasting company, so call the best Spokane media blasting company today!


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