If you have it we can Blast it  


As an example a Pair of carburettors like these would Be around The £45 mark plus dismantling and reassembly 

            What is Vapour Blasting? 

Vapour blasting, also known as wet blasting or liquid honing,

This is rapidly becoming the number one choice for applications requiring the highest

quality of surface finish.

The key to vapour blasting is that the finish is produced through flow of water borne abrasive, Giving a finer finish due to the flushing action of the water.

No media is impregnated into the component, nor is there any dust created by the break-up of media,

Unlike dry blasting where the finish is produced by sheer force of media impact.

We are here to help you with all your needs ,

If you have an item that you wish to be vapour cleaned, sonic cleaned or dry cleaned .

We will arrange for your packaged item to be picked up from your home, or place of work on a day that is convenient for you.

Then we will do the cleaning of your item and send it back to you upon payment for the work undertaken.

If you are sending items that are very oily we will need to degrease them before cleaning, Vapour or sonic cleaning,

of your  items such a CARBURETTOR  will need to strip it down before our treatment, If the item is complete we will charge for the time it takes to dismantle,

all items will be returned by carrier to your door on payment,  

Prices Start from as little as £15


Now to take a look at some of the components that have been vapour blasted and how this treatment can help with the surface cleaning of your components


Before Treatment


Before Treatment


Before Treatment


Before Treatment


After Treatment


After Treatment


After Treatment


After Treatment


Before Treatment

After Treatment


Villiers Exhaust
Half blasted 
This is a difficult Item as when it is done any media that has got inside has to be got out. 


Gear Box Half Vapour blasted ,
We always say don't clean them before bringing it as we need to know what is used to get the oil and contamination off the casing befre we blast it so as not to damage it , so just leave them as they come off