Baking soda blasting is the preferred method to clean and deodorize a structure to remove soot, char and odor after fire damage. We have successfully performed this process to clean & deodorize wood framing and log structures that have been substantially impacted by fire, smoke, and soot damage. In most cases there is no need to apply a pigmented shellac to encapsulate soot and smoke damaged framing or logs after applying this unique process. This process will clean the wood, logs, brick, or stone to their pre-loss appearance. Wood and logs will be ready to accept a penetrating stain and there will be no visible evidence of a loss having occurred in attics, crawl spaces, or interior walls.
SteamMaster uses cutting-edge technology by ARMEX® Cleaning and Coating Removal Systems. ARMEX Cleaning and Coating Removal Systems have become an effective, economical and environmentally superior method for cleaning, de-painting and de-greasing. We use baking soda-based abrasives to clean, de-paint and de-grease a wide variety of substrates including ferrous metals, aluminum and other alloys, plastics and composites and masonry materials like brick, concrete and natural stone. Let us show you the difference. It’s a blast!