Sandblasting useSandblasting is a general term used to describe the act of propelling very fine bits of material at high-velocity to clean, etch, smooth, or otherwise shape a surface or remove contaminants from it.  While sand used to be the most commonly used material, other materials such as steel grit or walnut shells are now frequently used in its place.  Much like pressure washing, sandblasting can be both dangerous to workers and damaging to property if not performed properly by trained personnel.  Usually in conjunction with restoring badly weathered masonry, stone, or concrete surfaces, Everclear Enterprises, Inc. provides sandblasting services on both the interior and exterior of commercial structures.