OPtimus Prime said:Does sound cheap. Is there alot of rust or spots that need it or for the whole thing to be brought to bare metal? Thats a lot of work to remove everything, a lot more than $270 if you ask me.
Pantera28 said:Awh..........You made it sound like he was sand blasting the whole trailer. Doesn't sound like a lot of work. Can't wait to see it afterwards. Post some pics for us. It might help.
Wait, isn't that what we were talking about? White metal?Pantera28 said:Awh..........You made it sound like he was sand blasting the whole trailer. Doesn't sound like a lot of work. Can't wait to see it afterwards. Post some pics for us. It might help.
:iagree: VERY FAIR PRICE . I HAVE TO SAY THAT THERE ARE A TON OF OPINION'S HERE AND EVERYBODY HAS PAYED A DIFFERENT PRICE , MAYBE THEY ARE THE ONES WHO HAVE PAYED TO MUCH . THANK'S PJD :laugher: :laugher: :laugher:PJDiesel said:I charge $140.00 per hour (cover a HUGE amount of area in a short time period if the conditions are good).
We blow around 660 lbs. an hour @0.065 per pound, plus diesel, plus labor, plus electric, plus, plus, plus........
Really, now that I think about it, that is probably about right, maybe a touch more, defiantly a decent price though if done correctly.
PJDiesel said:Just saying......
I encourage people who are sticker shocked when I tell them the rate to stop on by and watch some parts get done.
I can tell you one thing for absolutely sure, you'll be DAYS fooling around with a POS 50lb. siphon pot from harbor freight. We use 100% crushed recycled glass that cuts faster, cleaner and better than any other slag or sand out there.
This is the second time I have heard this and I still don't get it.wtfo said:what about using a pressure washer with the attachment for blasting?