REMOVING & STRIPPING PAINT FROM OAK & TIMBER BEAMS
How to remove paint from oak, timber & ceiling beams
Beam Clean & Restore use a soda blasting and low pressure chemical free blasting method to safely, effectively remove and strip paint, varnish, smoke damage, graffiti and grime from timber & oak beams.
Soda blasting and low pressure chemical free blasting are non-harmful processes to clean and strip wooden beams and timbers. Soda blasting uses sodium bicarbonate and as baking soda is an extremely friable material it completely fragments on impact cleaning and stripping the timbers and beams without any surface damage.
These dry cleaning processes are very precise and can be targeted to clean and restore only the designated area, such as the fine detail on a carved old timber door.
Common applications of these blasting techniques include removing, cleaning and stripping the black paint from old oak beams in historic buildings and the restoration after fire and smoke damage.
Our specialised system can clean and strip oak beams and timber by using a chemical free, non-abrasive controlled stream of super fine angular particles that gently remove the old paint, varnish, dirt & grime. These super fine particles leave a finer finish to the timbers surface so that details are not eroded – carpenters marks, initials, names etc. will not be removed with our safe and approved method.