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Dry Ice Blasting is the Miracle this Pantera Needed

Numerous methods exist for cleaning a car, offering various options to accomplish the task effectively and efficiently. After all, one spin in the car care aisle of just about any retailer can show you how many products there are to do the same job in different ways.

Depending on just how perfect you want the detail to be, there are even some more extreme measures that might be able to be taken. For example, what a lot of car fans probably wouldn’t know is that you can actually use dry ice to clean up your car.

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Without using any water, dry ice promises factory stock cleanliness in areas that can be nearly impossible to get to along with those that you see every day. Not only can the ice the underside components of a vehicle. It also can go to work on the paint as well. Dry ice also allows the user to get that factory stock level of cleanliness, even in the greasiest and grimiest of areas.

So how exactly does the process work? It operates like sandblasting but without sand or water. Dry ice is sprayed through a pressurized nozzle, effectively cleaning surfaces. The person spraying the dry ice can control not only the pressure but also the size of the particles and the pounds per minute. Thus, it suits both intense dirty areas and delicate tasks with equal efficiency and effectiveness.

T pressure combined with that the insanely cold temperature and thermal expansion of a solid chemical transforming into a gas all come together in order to make the clean happen. Not only does the pressure force the grime away but the cold temperature causes surfaces to shrink which makes them lose their adhesion to rust and grime. Therefore, the dirt just falls away.

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Down in the video below, we get an up-close and personal view of how exactly dry ice can be used to deep clean cars. Like this barn find Pantera with 50 years of grime attached and what this might mean for the most meticulous automotive enthusiasts.

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