Hardness of MaxxStrip Media
One of the main differences between Baking Soda and MaxxStrip is hardness. MaxxStrip is 3.5 on the Mohs hardness scale (vs. soda @ 2.5). This makes MaxxStrip a cross-over media – it’s hard enough to remove rust off of metal, but still soft enough to use on certain “fragile” substrates like limestone or pool tiles without risking damage.
Eco and Operator-friendly Blasting Media
MaxxStrip blasting media is all natural, water-soluble, silica and toxic metal-free, non-hazardous, non-toxic, and non-sparking. MaxxStrip’s pH is neutral, making it landscape-safe as well.
Applications for MaxxStrip
Like soda, MaxxStrip media also has multiple applications. One of the best is fountain and pool tile cleaning, which is an extremely safe and effective technique for removing calcium and scale deposits. Unlike other pool tile cleaning methods which involve dangerous chemicals, the results are faster and cleanup is much easier. And, it’s safe to swim as soon as you finish!
MaxxStrip Case Study
MaxxStrip blasting media was chosen to clean the limestone facade of a 1,000,000 sq. ft. pharmaceutical corporate headquarters building in New Jersey after many other medias and methods were tried and failed. The following link tells the story: MaxxStrip Case Study
||Great cross-over media – hard enough to remove rust off of metal but still soft enough to use on certain “fragile” substrates like limestone or pool tiles without risking damage.
Ordering info for MaxStrip:
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- pH neutral, water soluble, landscape-SAFE
- Packaged in 50 lb bags
- Full skid contains (40) 50 lb bags
- FOB Hatfield, PA (Philadelphia Area)- Please visit shipping rates for more information.
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