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Best Air Sand Blasters

Updated December 2018
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    Whether you’re working on a car or etching glass, an air sand blaster is a quick way to apply abrasive pressure to a surface. Some handheld blaster guns include only the blaster and require you to connect a compatible air compressor. This is a good option if you already have a source of compressed air (and in some cases, a feeding tube), but a complete air sand blaster may be cheaper overall. Small and lightweight blasters are easy to control and reach tricky angles. Siphon and gravity-fed sand blasters work similarly, though users may find the single-hose system of gravity-fed sand blasters more convenient.

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