Onsite Mobile Blasting

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All About Mobile Sandblasting

5% Abrasive blasting, more commonly known as sandblasting, is the operation of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface or remove surface contaminants.

Abrasive blasting is so versatile that it’s really impossible to list all of its uses. The ability to adjust pressure and use a wide variety of abrasives makes the possibilities practically endless.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What kinds of surfaces can the mobile blaster clean?

Mobile Blasting is an excellent tool for Smoke, Soot, and Fire Restoration. It is the perfect tool for cleaning and de-painting any type of masonry. Give new life to any living room with a fireplace facelift. Whether it be bricks, cinder blocks, stone, or concrete,

Mobile Blasting can be used safely and effectively. You can quickly remove simple graffiti, or even several layers of paint at once. The Mobile Blasting process is also excellent for removing calcium stains and mildew. Even oil stains, gum, and line stripes can be removed from concrete or asphalt on parking lots and roadways.

What are the benefits of mobile sandblasting?

Mobile Blasting is so versatile that it’s really impossible to list all of its uses for surface preparation. The ability to adjust pressure and use a wide variety of abrasives makes the possibilities practically endless.

Anything that needs to be de-rusted, de-painted, cleaned or restored like antiques, revitalizing lawn furniture, making statues look more statuesque, making monuments look more monumental, and making old things look new, that’s what Mobile Blasting can do.

The unsalvageable can be salvaged, and things that seem too far gone to bother with can be made to look new with less effort than ever before. We have recently added Log Cabins to our list of project refinishes.​

What type of abrasive do you use?

I use recycled bottle glass because it’s eco-friendly, clean, cost-effective, and great for a wide range of jobs.

What happens to the abrasive after blasting?

The abrasive will settle on the ground beneath or very near to whatever is being blasted. If you’re in an area where you need to dispose of this media, the easiest way is to spread out some plastic before blasting begins and roll it up after blasting.

Can this method cause warping like sandblasting can?

Warping occurs when the metal heats up due to friction from dry abrasive. Mobile Blasting will not cause warping because friction and heat are reduced by the wet media. In fact, the temperature of the metal being blasted usually comes down about 10 degrees from ambient. Some people say warping can still occur regardless of temperature, but I disagree. Have you ever seen a blacksmith working cold metal?

Will the blasting damage chrome and glass?

Glass and chrome can be damaged by any kind of abrasive blasting. Glass and chrome should always be masked off prior to blasting.

We Provide Commercial and Construction Sandblasting in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, DFW North Texas, and everywhere in-between.

North to Tulsa, Stillwater, and Enid. South to Allen, Arlington, Bedford, Burleson, Copell, Denison, Denton, Euless, Frisco, Garland, Grapevine, Hurst, Irving, Lewisville, Mesquite, McKinney, Plano, Richardson, Rockwall, and Sherman.

Client Testimonials

“I highly recommend Onsite Mobile Blasting. They were fair, honest, on time, and cleaned up when they were done. I would recommend them for your next job.”


“We had the paint removed from a natural stone fireplace and are very pleased with the results. They showed up early and cleaned up well. We are glad we hired them.”


“Travis was great easy to work with and very professional. The quality of work was outstanding. I would certainly recommend him to anyone and will call him first in the future.”


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