I wanted to reiterate my post that I made before about building your own sandblaster and add some information to it about the idea of starting a mobile sandblasting business.
I also wanted to include another photo from the “Build Your Own Sandblaster” manual which shows what a mobile sandblaster would look like if you did start your own business as shown in the left photo.
As you can see from the picture, the whole sandblasting system is on a trailer which would hook up to a typical hitch of a truck or SUV.
Then in front is a car engine which turns the a compressor cylinder which compresses the air. Its an interesting setup but now lets discuss starting a business.
To start a mobile sandblasting business, I would first see if there is a large enough market in your area. Small towns may not be ideal but if you live in or near a city, you should be able to find enough people wanting your services.
Here is some ideas that you could market to below. (If you have some ideas, please comment them below.)
- Old rusty bridges
- Graphetti removal
- Car restoration cleaning
- Sandblasting outdoor equipment
- Concrete cleaning
- Metal building cleaning
- Boiler cleaning
- Trailer cleaning
- Rock Sandcarving or Headstone engraving
- Personalized Glass Etching
Please leave a comment below for other ideas you think I could add to the list.
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