Sandblasting.

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Lyric
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Sandblasting.

Postby Lyric » Thu Apr 19, 2018 7:08 pm

I have a couple of BBQ components, a grill and a plancha, which have seen better days being rusty and caked in burnt on fat in places. I am wanting them sandblasted back to original cast finish so I can re-season them for further use.
Does the collective have any knowledge of a suitable provider, ideally Nerja to Velez but further not a problem.

BigClock
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Re: Sandblasting.

Postby BigClock » Wed Aug 22, 2018 3:02 pm

I would suggest Artesanos Relojeros.

Lyric
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Re: Sandblasting.

Postby Lyric » Wed Aug 22, 2018 3:38 pm

I fail to see how a craftsman watchmaker is going to assist with a BBQ. Thanks anyway.

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Re: Sandblasting.

Postby TorreDelAguila » Wed Aug 22, 2018 5:23 pm

...although they might be able to lend a hand :roll:
Maybe the post was just a wind-up.
No, no, stop this . . .

Seriously, though: you could try local yellow pages, or, in Nerja, there's the Castillio Alto Ind.Est. (bordering Lidl), which is full of metal-workers and craftsmen. You could ask there.
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Re: Sandblasting.

Postby El Cid » Wed Aug 22, 2018 5:35 pm

TorreDelAguila wrote:
Maybe the post was just a wind-up.
No, no, stop this . . .
.


You may be right. We have had a lot of trolls from far away places recently. Easy to check from their IP addresses.

I shall be watching our "Texan" friend very carefully. Admin are supposed to weed out the obvious ones during the registration process but it doesnt always happen!

My Ban-Bat is poised and quivering!

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Re: Sandblasting.

Postby Gasman » Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:27 pm

Go for it, Sid
Presents a wonderful picture in the mind!
Sorry, can't help with the OPs question though.

Lyric
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Re: Sandblasting.

Postby Lyric » Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:53 pm

In the interim I have found that a strong Caustic Soda solution works. Some article on Barbecues from The Colonies put me on to it.


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