dajarrel Posted February 20, 2004 Share Posted February 20, 2004 There was a contractor doing some sand blasting at work today and he was using corn-cob as the blasting aggregate. I went over to his media recepticle and noticed that it looked just like what I tumble in. Maybe just a little finer. I asked thier boss how much he would sell me a bag for . The bags are 50# and he sold it to me for $15. This stuff is a little finer than what most places sell as tumbler media yet nowhere as large as the corncob you can get at the pet store. You should be able to find it at any commercial painting or sandblasting outfit. The manufacture is "The Anderson Group" out of something like Mumson, Ohio. The product is called "grit-o-cob" and comes in several size grits. The one marked on my bag was 1014. In a few years when I run out, I will be looking again for the bulk buy dj Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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