How can I remove rust and paint from a skip bin?

How can I remove rust and paint from a skip bin?

There are several ways to remove rust from a skip bin. An orbital sander is one way to remove the rust from a skip bin, another way is to use a grinder, both of these processes are time consuming especially if it is a large sized skip bin for example imagine the time it would take on a 6 metre bin!! The quickest way is to sandblast the skip bin. By sandblasting the rust and paint off the bin this will allow a clean surface back to bare metal and ready to be etch primed and spray painted. See photo of this 6 metre skip bin recently sandblasted. This bin had a lot of rust and basically all the paint was falling off and exposing the surface to allow rust to creep in and start destroying and eating it’s way through the metal. Rust never sleeps.

This skip bin has been sandblasted spray painted to remove rust and old paint by Ublast Pty Ltd located at 136 Abbott Road Hallam. This skip bin needing to be stripped back. It had the old paint and surface rust removed to be spray painted. We sand blasted the bin and put 2 coats of etch primer on it then spray painted it white aluminium colour. This will potentially protect the skip bin from rusting further and avoid the rust eating away at the metal for the time being. Our recommendation is to continue maintenance on the skip bins sandblasting and painting the bins to make them last for years. Here is the finished looking skip bin freshly spray painted and looking new again.