Historical Restoration with Dry Ice Blasting
Historical restoration projects require cleaning methods which fully restore the beauty of aged artefacts and buildings without compromising the integrity of the structure.
Dry Ice Cleaning is regularly used in historic church restoration projects, ageing marble statues, fire damaged buildings from the turn of the century, manuscript and document restoration and many more.
Dry Ice Cleaning is a completely dry, moisture free process which lifts the contaminants on the surface of the objects. It is a highly efficient process which significantly reduces labour costs and work is completed up to 80% faster than traditional cleaning methods.
Watch us in action
- Non-abrasive, gentle process
- Environmentally sustainable cleaning media
- Thoroughly cleans hard to reach, tight areas
- Does not use water or chemicals, which can leach into stone
- No secondary waste produced
- Restores wood, brick, concrete and metal to original condition
- Removes lead based paint, smoke damage and adhesives
- Reveals intricate details of historic structures
- Up to 80% faster than traditional cleaning methods
- Safely and delicately cleans delicate surfaces and structures
Capabilities of Dry Ice Cleaning for Historical Restoration
Dry Ice Cleaning is ideal for Historical Restoration. Its non-abrasive quality is gentle enough to clean dust particles from delicate manuscripts, yet aggressive enough to remove bitumen and damage from fire, smoke and flooding.
The process works effectively and efficiently on:
- Lead paint abatement
- Fire, smoke, water damage
- Adhesive and tar removal
- Corrosive contaminants
- Mould Remediation
- Reversal of ageing effect
Enter your email address below and you can download our comprehensive guide to Dry Ice Blasting.
How can we help?
Using the contact form below, fill in the details of your cleaning requirement and we will revert to you with suggestions and recommendations of how Dry Ice Blasting can improve your efficiencies and reduce your downtime.