Restoration

Precision Cleaning & Rehabilitation

Architects, conservators and engineers need to specify products and methods of surface preparation and cleaning that will maintain the integrity of the surface.

Chemicals may be difficult to dispose, water may be difficult to contain, and ordinary abrasive materials may damage the substrate.

Sponge-Jet’s proven technology is chosen by professionals to precisely clean and remove surface contaminants from sensitive substrates:

  • Tin, bronze, brass, copper, gold and all other metals
  • Clean stone, marble & masonry substrates
  • Environmental contaminant removal
  • Lead abatement
  • Graffiti removal
  • Stone
  • Wood

Inspectors can observe the surface cleaning in real time for better control of their project—all while protecting the environment.


Features & Benefits

  • Simplified job staging
  • Reduced compliance requirements
  • Precision cleaning
  • Improve community relations and compliance
  • Support public environmental initiatives

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