neutralizing soda blast

Posted: November 10, 2009 By: buzz_vickery

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    buzz_vickery

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    I purchased a soda blaster last spring to help speed the process of stripping a 67 Mustang. Recently, I have been seeing negative posts on other website forums and on vendor sites. These posts are stating that soda blast is no good due to the caustic nature of sodium bicarbonate. And you have to acid neutralize prior to priming and painting. I have read: soap and water, phosphoric acid rinse, vinegar and water, etc.

    I am reading that the paintjobs are peeling because the eopxy/primer layers are not sticking.

    Any suggestions? the Eastwood instructions were to rinse with soap and water. Dry the part and then shoot primer.

    What is Eastwoods position on this.

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