Glass Advantage BlastGlass Recycled Glass Abrasive - 30-70 Medium, 50-Lb. Bag, Model# 30.70.50
Cheap and Effective
This media is cheap, effective and generally worked better than most of the more expensive media I’ve used.
I’ve recently used this is an automotive project where I’d previously used a significant amount of another media with very little progress to show for it. This media easily blasted through 40+ years of road grime and old paint and was surprisingly tolerant in the high humidity conditions I was working under. Where other medias continually clogged this just kept on going until the job was finished.
I would not recommend using this in a blast cabinet unless you have a good evacuation system or where you need a finer grit. In an open area with a pressure blaster this has become my go to option.
August 18, 2013
Great for blasting a log cabin
I bought 20 bags of the glass to blast my recently acquired log cabin and it worked as advertised. I should have purchased 30 bags as this was my first time blasting and I made some errors. Lesson learned: ensure that your blaster receives zero moisture (use water separator) because if you introduce moisture into the machine it will gum up and slow down your work. Another rookie mistake, I tried to run the blaster when it was raining slightly and the compressor pushed way too much water, so wait until it stops raining to blast. The shipment of glass arrived with three bags damaged, but Northern's customer service folks were very responsive and I give them 5 stars for their professionalism.
October 15, 2012
While this product is cheap, avoid its use in a blasting cabinet. Even with the air pressure turned down, the dust makes it hard to see what you are doing. It breaks down to powder WAY too quickly. Go with the more expensive options.
August 13, 2012