Mike Grimís Truck Wreck Specialists, Inc. has a state of the art media blasting facility. This facility is housed in an environmentally safe media blasting booth. The process of media blasting strips paint from varying surfaces without warping or pitting which often occurs with the sand blasting process. The material used for this type of blasting is a fine plastic bead-like media. The surfaces that Mike Grimís recommends to be media blasted includes steel, heavier gage aluminum, and stainless steel. Mike Grimís has used this process successfully on such materials including the following: antique cars, boats, boat trailers, race trailers, dresser drawers, stainless steel drums, buses, motor cycle frames and tanks, race car frames, tractor trailer frames, wheels, complete cars, intake manifolds, and valve covers.
The following pictures are examples of items that have been media blasted by Mike Grimís Truck Wreck Specialists, Inc. Click each thumbnail to see the full-size picture, then use your Web browser's Back button to return to this page.
PICTURES SHOW BEFORE AND DURING OF A MEDIA BLAST PROJECT
PICTURES SHOW RACE TRAILER MEDIA BLASTED AND PAINTED
PICTURES SHOW A PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA MEDIA BLASTED
PICTURES SHOW ITEMS THAT HAVE BEEN SAND BLASTED
PICTURES SHOW PARTS OF A 1937 CHEVY MEDIA BLASTED.
PICTURES SHOW A 1957 CORVETTE MEDIA BLASTED.
CUSTOMER DID NOT WANT DOOR JAMS OR DASH MEDIA BLASTED.
BEFORE AND AFTER MEDIA BLASTING OF A TRUCK FRAME
BEFORE AND AFTER MEDIA BLASTING OF A CAR FRAME
BEFORE AND AFTER MEDIA BLASTING OF AN ANTIQUE CRIB
EXAMPLE OF MEDIA BLASTING ON A COUPE BODY
EXAMPLE OF MEDIA BLASTING ON A TRUCK CAB
1960 BUICK INVICTA BEFORE MEDIA BLASTING
1960 BUICK INVICTA AFTER MEDIA BLASTING
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