GCRG More Info Link
GCRG Advanced Product Technologies
GCRG New Services

Automotive Info:

"Baking Soda Blasting is the most effective, fastest, safest, and most environmentally friendly way to strip almost any coating from any surface without damage to the underlying substrate."

"Environmentally safe, user friendly, cost effective - Baking Soda Blasting is the best method of surface restoration."

1991 Mustang body
The Soda Works at Barrett-Jackson Auction, Scottsdale 2010!

Watch The Soda Works equipment
in action!

Motor Head Garage TV

Very important product links
for vehicle restorations



Automotive title image
Commercial/Industrial | Marine | Property Management

Auto Body Restoration: Gulf Coast Soda Blast, LLC is perfect for Auto Body Restoration

Our Soda Blast System is vastly superior to sand blasting and sanding for stripping paint in every way. It is environmentally safe; it works faster and will not damage the substrate. No warpage, metal fatigue, or damage to delicate surfaces! Whether bondo, metal, plastic, rubber or fiberglass, soda blasting will remove paint and surface rust leaving the substrate clean and ready to paint.

Soda blasting with Gulf Coast Soda Blast, LLC is the easiest and safest way to remove old paint and any other surface coating for car and truck restoration.  It works on ANY vehicle!

Soda blasting will strip paint from deep crevasses where sand paper could never reach. It is non-abrasive and will not mar or haze chrome or glass surfaces. Soda blasting removes paint, surface rust, grime, and undercoating residue leaving your project ready for the next step.

Plus, baking soda is a natural rust inhibitor – there is no need to immediately prime!
Finally, cleanup with soda blasting is a breeze. There is no residual grit, the Natrium soda blasting media is non-toxic and water-soluble. Just rinse it off! We recommend this final wash be done with a product called “Hold Tight 102.”  It is manufactured in Houston, Texas. If you do not already have it, we can provide it for you at an economical price.

Click on the link below to read an article from Corvette Restorer, which describes soda blasting a vintage corvette.

Click here to read the entire article in PDF format.

Soda blasting top coat without removing primer

Watch This!

Removing tough urethane paint with multiple primer coats

Soda blasting fiberglass hood


Before: After: