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    Dry ice cleaning....

    Been watching some vids on cleaning undercarriages through dry ice. They say its non abrasive and it was impressive on metal parts. I was hoping to see this in person but No one locally offered this service. Does anyone have more info or had experiences with this????

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    Re: Dry ice cleaning....

    I just happened to see a video on this today. Passing fancy?
    Treat it like it's the only one in the world.

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    Re: Dry ice cleaning....

    Looks pretty cool, that guy doing Matt’s BMW is really good at explaining the process. Must be new, never heard of a place in my area either.
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    Re: Dry ice cleaning....

    Griot's Motors mentioned they do it when Griot's Garage toured their facility during one of their live streams.

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    Re: Dry ice cleaning....

    Had a few clients have it done on their classic Ferrari's. It works. Really cleans up the engine/undercarriage/etc. Expensive to start up with it, the equipment is $$$. But it works!
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    Re: Dry ice cleaning....

    Quote Originally Posted by Sizzle Chest View Post
    Had a few clients have it done on their classic Ferrari's. It works. Really cleans up the engine/undercarriage/etc. Expensive to start up with it, the equipment is $$$. But it works!
    $$$ is a little easier to deal with but i heard its actually $$,$$$ for all the equipment. LOL

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    Re: Dry ice cleaning....

    There was a guy in town here doing it for cleaning restaurants and commercial kitchens benefit was no harsh chemicals being used and only the removed material was left to be cleaned up. I ran into him on a remodel of a pool and surrounding deck on the 5th floor of the Plaza hotel. Pool had been leaking and the steel holding it was rusting and he was going to clean it to see what needed to be replaced. Not sure if he is still around or not. I was going to have him clean the tile on my pool but never got around to it.

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    Re: Dry ice cleaning....

    Yes , saw it on the corvette forum, Hagerty article I believe

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    Re: Dry ice cleaning....

    I think it's somewhere around 40K to get a mobile dry ice set up

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