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Dry Ice Cleaning is powerful enough to remove layers of paint and years of debris buildup. Yet, it’s gentle enough to preserve the finish and integrity of items. Dry Ice Cleaning is unique to other cleaning methods because it leaves behind no secondary waste. The dry ice turns directly from gas to solid, only leaving the undesired debris to clean-up.

Vapor Blasting damaged stone on the McKinley Monument.
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Dry Ice Blasting to remove paint from tin ceilings. 
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Dry Ice Blasting soot from brick walls.
Dry Ice Blasting to remove graffiti from firehouse walls. 
Vapor Blasting a damaged masonry fireplace. 
Using Dry Ice to remove soot damage from brick walls.
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