is a surface preparation process that uses a mixture of water, compressed air and recycled crushed glass. The recycled glass is free of crystalline silica, a classified human lung carcinogen, making it safe for the environment and the worker and/or people around the worksite. A rust inhibitor is added to the water when blasting because many metals can “flash rust” if left exposed. This inhibitor is also environmentally friendly and will prevent rusting for up to 72 hours as long as the metal is kept dry. This system can remove virtually any coating from any surface safely.