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Old 08-23-2011, 04:56 AM
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Interesting. I have a small sandblaster, I would think that it could disperse the soda as well. It looks like HF sells a 50lb bag for $36.00 - sounds like a deal if it can get the look back to day one. Thanks for the lead - never heard of it.
I purchase baking soda for my pool at SAMs club for $6.00 or less for 12 pounds and any grocery will have 5 lb boxes for under 75 cents a pound.

Stay away from pool stores for the stuff thy charge a fortune for the exact same thing.

This blasting with baking soda is a great tip.

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Old 08-23-2011, 05:56 AM
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I have no idea how true it is, but they say the blasting soda is different than store bought. That is as much as I know on it. It does a nice job and is surprisingly un-abrasive yet useful. In the video they can be seen using it on a car to strip paint and they go right over the windshield with no damage.
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Old 08-26-2011, 08:20 PM
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Question Re: Removing soot on outside of pizza oven?

Just a thought...
When clean why don't you used a product like "bondall" to seal the porus surface...might then get a suface that could just be wiped clean?


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