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Dry Ice Cleaning

Dry ice blasting is an innovative cleaning technology that uses solid CO2 (carbon dioxide) pellets. These pellets are propelled at high speeds to clean surfaces. Unlike traditional cleaning methods, this process does not involve water or abrasive materials, making it incredibly safe and effective for delicate areas like engine bays, undercarriages, and even car interiors.


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Why Choose Dry Ice Blasting for Your Car?

Effective Cleaning

The sublimation process effectively removes dirt, oil, and grime, even in hard-to-reach areas.


Unlike sandblasting or chemical cleaning, dry ice blasting won’t damage your car’s components or paint.

No Residue

Since dry ice sublimates, there’s no residual waste to clean up, making it an environmentally friendly option.

Safe for Various Materials

It’s safe for use on metals, plastics, rubbers, fabrics and more, ensuring comprehensive cleaning without damage.

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How Does Dry Ice Blasting Work?

The process begins with the dry ice pellets being accelerated in a jet of compressed air, similar to sandblasting but with a crucial difference. Upon contact with the surface, the dry ice pellets undergo sublimation – they turn directly from solid to gas without becoming liquid. This reaction creates a micro-explosion on the surface, lifting dirt and contaminants away.

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Frequently Asked Questions (Faq's)

Dry ice cleaning uses compressed air to blast dry ice pellets onto surfaces, removing dirt, grease, and contaminants without damaging the underlying material. It’s an eco-friendly, non-abrasive method that leaves no residue and requires no drying time.

The duration of the dry ice cleaning process varies based on the size and condition of the surface but typically takes a few hours. It can be used on a variety of surfaces, including automotive parts, machinery, and delicate components, making it versatile and effective for many applications.