I have been getting glass bead and other specialty abrasives for my cabinet from
TP. A friend of mine has family out that way and buys us a supply, sometimes at
a sale, when he's out to visit. I have had a terrible time finding decent
prices and choices in Connecticut. I can get sand and black beauty from the
local construction supply store, though. I, too, have an air supplied
respirator that makes the sand safer to use, and I use it outdoors on dry days.
Frames, suspension parts, gas tanks, that sort of thing. As far as body panels
go, I have used the services of a local blaster to do these. For the time and
effort involved to take the proper care, and for how often I do it, it seems
better to pay him $60/hour.
Steven Trovato wrote:
> While we're on the subject, where do you guys get your glass beads, and
> what size/coarseness do you use?
> At 10:54 PM 7/26/2004, Don Malling wrote:
> >Glass beads for almost everything.