Ok..what is your plan for making mud inside blind cavities? Rockers? Cowl cavities? What I am stating is that it may strip paint off of an automobile but the final results will get you into trouble in the end.Definitely agree with you that one needs to be mechanically or at least logically inclined. I personally have not been in the large scale blasting at all but have been in car restore and small scale blasting since I was knee high to a grass hopper.
The reason there is such a push on these pieces of equipment is there are more cars to be done than Govt spec jobs that actually require you to shoot something wet. That in turn allows the average thinker who may have some cash saved to feel like he is going to easily climb into business with a truck and unit/compressor. There is work out there that can and will work for wet blasing but automobiles in my opinion is not one of them.
In this business thinking about how and what to strip something is not where it ends. I feel the complete package is crucial to be successful and in that package CLEANUP is part of it. How do you sweep up mud?
I'll ask again... How will you clean up mud?
Ask your salesman that question. I did and when I did he
Smiled and said that was my problem.