Sandblaster Rental Home Depot

Does the Home Depot Tool Rental shop offer a sandblaster rental?

When I checked out the main Home Depot tool rental site, they didn’t list it in either the “Professional Contractor” or the “Do It Yourselfer” section. I haven’t seen them offer blasters in a while either and it might depend on each particular Home Depot store.

You can try calling them at 1-800-430-3376 and ask if they have it at your store.

They also offer pressure washers for rent and there may be an attachment that you can use to convert it into a pressure washer blaster. This basically sprays high pressure water with abrasive media mixed into the water.

If you have any questions, leave a comment below. Also, I wrote up a post before about sandblaster rental information.

9 responses to “Sandblaster Rental Home Depot”

  1. Theodie Brown

    I would like to know more about the pressure blaster and sandblaster for rental for preparing a pool for painting. Do it yourselfer.

  2. Missy

    Got it! Thanks a lot again for hlenpig me out!

  3. Nancy

    My husband is attempting to clean under the hoof of 49 ford pickup. Everything is removed. What would u recommend he use for this? Sandblaster? Pressure washer?

  4. Eric R. W.

    Nancy, you can sandblast it but I would probably use a angle grinder with a wire wheel brush to remove most of the rust since its inside the car. Sandblast abrasive gets everywhere and is messy.

    After that, use a chassis saver paint to seal away the rust. It works like a charm.

  5. Miranda

    Hi, I am about to sign papers on a home purchase, which includes a fireplace…yay (which I saw when we first looked at the house, it was lovely)!! Unfortunately, the previous tenants painted the beautiful brick fire engine red :( . So, I was really thinking about using Soy-gel paint stripper, but do not want to deal with wire brush-scrubbing the pores after the majority of the surface is stripped, unless there weren’t other options. I would like to sand/walnut blast it, but I don’t want to eat the brick and mortar, and need an inexpensive way to remove it asap! Suggestions?

  6. Brenda Estle

    Have metal lawn furniture that has about 6 coats of paint ,how do I gt it off?

  7. Eric R. W.

    @Brenda, it really depends on the type of paint and may take a while longer to sandblast it off. Using a courser grit and a hard abrasive such as aluminum oxide might do the trick.

  8. stephen fudger

    I have a log home with a dark red stain on from previous owner and want to get it back tonatural wood with a clear protective finish would sand blasting be the best way to go diy

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