It's how we roll
Well, myself (Steve) and Wendy Turner have been busy since February attending many car events up and down the Coast of N.S.W. We have completed 11 of 13 weekends at an event somewhere, and never ceases to amaze us that people still talk about 'Sand' and how it effected one or many of there panels, yet 'Sand Blasters' still accommodate the Auto Enthusiast. So, Wendy is on a one woman mission to 'Right the World' of the misconception about Sand and Soda and the Auto Industry.
In the business itself, our new paint booth has paid dividends from the day we opened it last year, and we blast in one booth, open the side door and walk straight into the spray booth and the panels are coated....same day. Often within minutes of being blasted. We cannot emphasise enough the importance of getting a coating on the open paws of the metal in a timely manner. Especially in these cooler months.
At a lot of shows where there is room, we take along our 'Company Cruiser' which turns many heads. At least 15 to 20 people every day at a show get there picture taken in the drivers seat....with there arm out the window, looking cool. Its darn funny seeing people let there emotions go by sitting in a real 60's cruiser. If you see the old gal at a show, just ask to have a sit, its no problem at all....just make sure you've got a camera with you.
OK, after we get through all these shows and finish being a guest speaker at 7 car club meetings, we will put up a report on where we will be the second half of the year.
Oh, by the way. If you want us to attend your monthly club meeting and give an informal talk on the good and bad of blasting, it would be our pleasure. Just give us a yell and see if we can fit the date in.
That's it, Steve and Wendy Turner....
Our New Blasting Booth - after our recent relocation
After making the decision to move to Ourimbah, we then also made a fantastic decision as it has turned out; to erect a brand new 'State of the Art' blasting booth. We sourced all the material we needed, then contracted Young Norm and Boss Mikee Productions to assemble the whole deal from walls to air supply lines.
As you can see, its pretty trick.
From the first time we switched everything on, the whole system has worked flawlessly justifying our decision immediately.
With the controlled air mass in the booth, it has taken away a lot of the 'Sahara Effect' and makes spot checking every job possible while the booth is still operating as visibility has increased immensely.....oh yeah, we also put in 3 x 400 watt floodlights.
Call by and have a look any time.