Our house is covered in flaking paint, the sort of paint that was thought to be or at least sold as the ideal thing for your house 30 years ago, an unbreathable impermeable waterproof layer.
I need to remove it along with some blown patches of render so that I can re-render at some point.
I have already attacked two walls with a large sandblasting machine that I hired, one that requires a large compressor and a space suit. It was pretty unpleasant work and carries with it the risk of silicosis and a slow death.
Understandably would like to find a better solution, I see on the Kiloutou website that they have a low pressure system that is adjustable. The one I used previously was not adjustable, it had two settings, off or blow you off the scaffold. And if you left it on one particular area for more than a nanosecond you would be through the wall and shot-blasting the telly.
There is also the possibility that I can buy some sandblasting kit to attach to my pressure washer, although this sounds like it could be a bit crap.
Folk of experience, what say ye?
Low pressure machine from Kiloutou, needs compressor too
Previous very unportable awkward noisy deadly setup
Fat Lego man
Paint to be removed