Miniature sandblasters are just what they sound like. The small sandblasters are made to blast, clean, or erase surfaces lightly. So if you have a small project or are looking to clean a one time project, I don’t blame you if you don’t want to buy expensive sandblasting equipment. These can help save you money because small sandblasters are inexpensive and don’t require a large air compressor either. You can pick up a mini air compressor which will save some money as well. I created a collection of some of the mini sandblasters with links to Amazon where you can buy them below:
Aerosal Sandblaster: The blaster above doesn’t even require an air compressor because pressurized aerosol can supplies the air. Don’t count on it lasting long though.
Paasche Sandblaster Eraser: Paasche is known for creating great mini sandblasters. This is one of their lower priced kits. This is a gravity feed blaster. The only bad thing about it is the small hopper on top.
Large LAC#3 Sandblaster: This is like the previous Passche except the hopper and the nozzle is larger. This can be used for jobs slightly bigger. Its known for cutting faster and has a carbide nozzle tip. This will require more air and a quarter inch air connector.
Remote Sandblaster Eraser: As far as I know, the remote air eraser from Passche is the biggest mini sandblaster available. The nozzle is separated from the hopper which holds a whole quart. They are connected with a hose and allows you to blast longer while being able to maneuver easily. I liked this one because you won’t have to refill the canister as much and the separated hopper won’t wear out your hand.
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