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Graffiti Removal

The fastest way to restore surfaces to their intended beauty.

See it work on antique brick and soft wood.

Safe on Surfaces

Adjust blast pressure to suit a variety of surfaces including concrete, brick, and wood.


Recycled glass abrasive is environmentally inert and will not harm vegetation. 

Minimal Containment

Dust is suppressed, so you can work safely in urban environments and even indoors.

Better Than Power Washing

Instead of water alone, the Dustless Blaster uses blast abrasive for powerful coating removal.

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Luxury Apartment Rescue

This five-story industrial building in downtown Houston is about to be transformed into luxury loft apartments.

But first, all the graffiti must be removed before renovations can begin. Even worse, the graffiti has been sprayed over the antique brick and soft wooden support beams.

See the Case Study

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Dustless Blasting vs. Power Washing

With Dustless Blasting, there is blast abrasive in the process. It only uses about 90 psi compared to 2600+ psi power washers, because the abrasive does most of the work.

Power washing will remove light staining, but won't effectively remove coatings such as paint, rust, or Bondo. 

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“I have done some brick and graffiti work... beats soda hands down... no regrets getting this system.”

Byron G.
Business Owner

“...our scope is to wetblast all the paint and graffiti off the brick walls...and spray on an anti-graffiti topcoat. Diversify your businesses and go get that work. It is out there.”

Terry P.
Business Owner

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100 Layers of Graffiti

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Dustless Blasting vs. Soda Blasting

A side by side comparison between soda blasting and Dustless Blasting for the removal of graffiti.

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What else can you use this versatile tool for?

Explore more applications.

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Concrete, Stone, & Brick
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Heavy Equipment
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Wood Restoration
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