Frank’s facility includes a separate room specifically for sandblasting, which is just one of the ways a surface can be cleaned before powder coating. In the case of metal, power washing the surface just isn’t good enough. It might get rid of major debris, but any oils, rust, or oxidation can linger behind. Sandblasting involves using high pressure to bombard a surface with small particles, like sand, to effectively clean the metal. The metal’s integrity isn’t at risk, and all the oils and rust are removed completely. Sandblasting is also a reliable way to remove old paint and can completely clean the slate for powder coating.