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Soda-Blasting a Doughdish...now what?

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I have a 33 year old Doughdish with flaking bottom paint.  Big flakes are coming off exposing the gel-coat.  There doesn't seem to be blistering to the Gel-coat, but I do know that the former owner had her SAND (gasp!) blasted.  This was, maybe ten years ago, and did some repairs to the bottom before painting.


So... when I have her soda-blasted, what should I be prepared for?  What products and tools should I have ready?  I'm great with the simple things like making the varnish-work shine, but this is a little out of my realm...


Jon B)



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