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    Default Why not to use regular baking soda on soda blasters...

    Why I should not use regualr baking soda on the soda blasters ??
    i live in Colombia, South America and I do not know if i can get the proper soda here. On the other hand I believe importing the proper soda eatwood sells could be very complicated...
    Any sugestions....

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    The media we sell is specifically formulated for blasting. Each particle has a shell to protect from moisture (clumping) and when the media hits the surface, it shatters upon impact to remove the coating you are stripping.

    Please contact our Customer Service Department at orderhelp@eastwood.com to discuss the best/most cost-effecient way to ship media to your location.

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