Which Areas can be Effectively Cleaned with Dry-Ice?


Dry-ice blasting has a range of applications in the car cleaning and detailing industry, and can be used for almost all areas, including;

Engine compartment – Dry ice is ideal for cleaning the complex spaces and hidden components of the engine, that other processes can’t effectively reach.

Suspension Area – Suspension is also a very complex setup and has tricky areas that a person cannot clean with water or other methods. Dry ice reaches all those deep pockets and effectively clears them out.

Brakes and Wheels – Brakes and wheels bear the grunt of the road and the car as well, and have different crevices which are tough to clean. Dry ice cleaning can appropriately clean this assembly and bring it back to factory condition.

Undercarriages – One of the most neglected and tough parts to clean is the car’s undercarriage area. With all that dirt, debris, and sludge, no method other than dry ice can effectively clean it for you.

Upholstery – it is also efficient in cleaning the upholstery and bringing back the factory shine and texture to it.

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