Yea, I've use the same one from Campbell-Housfeld. It's slow (compared to
a pressure blaster) but it will get the job done eventually.
TR3A TS57756 (in pieces)
> From: Martin Libhart <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: sandblaster
> Date: Tuesday, April 08, 1997 6:25 PM
> Has anyone used one of the small home-type sandblasters, such as the
> unit[s] from Sears? I'm looking for an inexpensive method for clean-up
> of a chassis, steel wheels, etc. - not sheetmetal or other more critical
> parts which would call for plastic media, etc.
> Anyone with experience with one of these units?
> Martin Libhart
> 1972 TR6 (driver)
> 1970 Spitfire Mk.3 (under restoration)