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Company History


People often ask how we got started in what can only be described as a mucky business.   Like many companies, Cleaning Consultants grew and diversified, starting in 1972 with a very basic but then state of the art steam cleaner, washing commercial vehicles. This quickly progressed to many years of cleaning livestock pens on farms, followed by cleaning and painting factory and garage floors.    Since those early days we have pioneered new methods of cleaning and paint stripping.

Blast cleaning was a natural progression.  It was pretty crude in the early 80’s but refinements like vacuum recovery blast cleaning with reduced dust was a great benefit in areas like the Channel Tunnel and London Underground.

Over the years the processes have evolved and there are numerous different blasting systems and materials in the market place. Each has its own benefits and limitations but we elected to pursue plastic media blasting for paint stripping classic car and aeroplane parts in particular, because of its ‘Green’ credentials - since largely re-cycled material is used, but we expanded also into the use of various grades of fine abrasives that not only remove paints, powder coating, wood stains, but also corrosion – something most other methods used in car restoration cannot do.

As we have grown we have been involved in all sorts of interesting projects but our core business has developed and our expertise honed to the point where our skilled operators are entrusted with some of the most valuable and exotic cars in the world, works of art, in stone, metalwork and bronze, as well as some remarkable buildings of historic interest.

During its 38 year’s trading, our organisation has worked for many Government and Local Authorities, and what used to be the Property Services Agency (PSA) that maintains the Military establishments and Royal Palaces. We have worked in The National Gallery, National Trust houses including Ham House, Uppark House, Hampton Court Palace, Goodwood House, Amberley Castle, for the British Museum, and also at a number of UK homes owned by the richest man in the world.

We worked for the Ministry Of Defence, The Royal Navy, The Royal Air Force, BAE (part of the Anglo French consortium which built Concorde), British Airways; we have been consulted on and carried out removal of radar reflective finishes on Warships for the Royal Navy, carried out trials and written reports on the efficient removal of paint from fibreglass hulled minesweepers, been consulted on the cleaning of the hulls of Atomic submarines and we periodically blast new components for Nuclear Submarines at our dedicated premises.

We have carried out paint removal from military and civilian aircraft, removed paint from Formula 1 racing cars, built and supplied equipment to organisations such as the RAF, and British Rail.    Through our endeavours to improve methods and standards, our activities have progressed naturally into design.   The company has been commissioned to design and build computer controlled machines and automated systems that are used in processes for cleaning and stripping a variety of materials and designed and won orders to build computer controlled equipment for an International company in the Auto Catalyst industry - in competition with 5 other International Companies. Our MD is the individual holder of Ministry of Defence Standard approval 80-194 for a specific blast media.

 Another interesting development is the technique we use to efficiently and gently clean fire damaged surfaces.  No amount of hand washing can achieve the same results.

To compliment this, we have developed methods to enhance not only the end result for our customers, but also improved working practices for our operatives, building strong working relationships with all concerned.  We are now in the process of sharing these developments with other blast cleaning companies, through the manufacture of our innovative products.

Having perfected the art of gentle blast cleaning, what really makes us stand out from most other blast cleaning companies is the huge variety of industries we can cater for, as well as the needs of the individual consumer.

Further evolvement into using our finishing techniques for fabricators and manufacturers has taken place in recent years, widening even further the scope for variety of work for our skilled operatives at our yard premises in Loxwood, near Billingshurst. The facilities have expanded and developed greatly since those early days when Jamie King-Wilson started cleaning lorries and farm livestock pens in 1972 with that steam cleaning machine towed behind a hotted-up Morris Minor!

The old Morris Minor was replaced long ago and our steam cleaning machine isn’t used too often these days, but  Jamie still remains at the helm. Our diverse portfolio of work continues to grow because of his honesty and integrity in a demanding economy. The company's exemplary customer service (backed by hundreds of customer testimonials) and the  high standards of it's  employees, ensure that this expert service will continue for many years to come.

We don’t spend huge amounts of money on marketing and advertising and we don’t go to trade shows.  We simply don’t have the time and the costs involved would have to be passed on to our customers.   The majority of our work comes from recommendations or from existing customers who have experienced that our methods do exactly what is required.

If we had a company motto, it would probably be "If a job's worth doing, it's worth doing well." We may not be the cheapest blast cleaners around, but we pride ourselves in the fact that we do things well, with a degree of finesse and in a way we would expect for ourselves.  Jamie clearly has inherited his great, great grandfather's genes - see our Featured Article on St. Pancras. 



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Paint Removal

Car Paint Removal by Plastic Media Dry Stripping                                                 

The method we use to remove paint from cars and motorcycles is Plastic Media Dry Stripping. This has replaced the old sand blasting methods which are now illegal. Plastic Media Dry Stripping was initially developed for the aerospace industry. This blast cleaning technique uses millions of tiny particles of angular graded plastic propelled at the surface to be paint stripped in a stream of fast moving compressed air.

The paint is removed by the chipping and scratching action of the sharp edged pieces of plastic. These plastic particles are relatively soft and lightweight. On steel panels the plastic media does not mark the surface of the metal and so allows the removal of paint from thin steel panels.

There is no distortion because there is no heat generated and the plastic media is not hard enough to break the surface of the steel. Lower pressure is required using plastic media blasting, which is beneficial, not only in avoiding distortion, but also in preventing the tiny particles of plastic from breaking down too quickly. This enables us to recover it for filtration and re-use (plastic media is some 10 times more expensive than normal abrasive media).We need to blast about 3.5 tonnes of plastic media at the average bodyshell to remove the paint.

Plastic media blasting can be used to remove paint from aluminium and fibreglass too. More operator skill is required and smaller grades of plastic media and even lower pressure are required, as these surfaces can be damaged because they are softer.

Cleaning Consultants (Contractors) Ltd. will always carry out a demonstration on a component or panel of a car if requested to do so (by arrangement) to try and establish what sort of finish can be expected prior to stripping a whole car. However we have seen on many occasions, that one individual panel is not necessarily representative of the whole car and we can in no way guarantee what the final finish will be on the whole project. Filler can hide all kinds of problems and you don’t know what you have got until it is all off.

We will undertake our work diligently and with every effort to produce the best possible finish for your car restoration project.

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Click on the images below to view samples of the work we do.



Glass Bead Media

We sell Glass Bead in 25kg bags @ £30.00 + VAT a bag - 150/250 Micron

Collection only. Please call 01403 752347 or email info@blast-cleaning.co.uk to check availability before travelling.


Plastic Media

We sell Plastic Media in 3 grades in 25kg boxes (please call for current price).  Grades are 12/20 (larger particles), 20/30 (medium sized particles), 30/40 (fine particles)

Collection only. Please call 01403 752347 or email info@blast-cleaning.co.uk to check availability before you travel


Alternative Methods

Alternative paint removal methods and why we don’t use them.

If you would like to know more about the various materials and terms used in the blasting world, take a look at the the pdf entitled 'Real technical stuff for the car restorer' in the downloads section.

Some people actually try to use bead blasting for paint removal, using glass bead. Unlike angular particles in plastic media, glass bead is harder and spherical and therefore needs to be propelled at the surface fairly hard to remove paint, it has no cutting edge, it relies on impact. This creates two problems - kinetic energy, which produces heat, which can cause distortion – and peening, a ‘hammering’ of the metal which can actually move the surface around (in microscopic terms) and even trap particles of debris and corrosion in the surface you want to clean. On chunky things the peening is not a problem but embedding dirtin the surface is counterproductive.

Chemical dipping has enjoyed some success in recent years, but it has also had its fair share of problems.

The process has to break down all the layers of paint, filler, underseal etc, but it also removes all the seam sealer, allowing capillary action to draw the aggressive chemicals into the seams of the shell.

If you know anything about soldering, prepare a solder joint in copper pipework and put the flux into the joint, warm it up, now try and get the flux out without taking the joint apart! You will never get rid of it. So when all those rust eating chemicals are in the seams and box sections of your car, how do you get it out?

Now chemicals that eat corrosion don't necessarily remove paint and rubbery seam sealer and underseal. But something in the process does remove them and it also removes all the lead loading in the panels, (upmarket body filler). Not much attacks lead - except heat ….. above 327degrees C.  You figure it out.

So it is true that the chemical dipping gets to places that we can't get to with our blasting processes - like the box sections, and it is also true that there may be some blast media residues left in the bodyshell, box sections or sills and the like. Whilst our dry media residues may be a nuisance, most of it will vibrate and shake out of the shell on the trip home and a quick hoover should do the rest, …… whereas the wet chemical residues are there to stay.

“Ah, but you get distortion in the panels when you use blasting”, I hear someone say.

True, it is a risk. But it is a risk in almost any process: at least you can see it and deal with it; unlike the chemical residues that are lurking in the seams that you can't get to.

We had a shell brought to us after it had been chemically dipped because the restorer was not happy with the finished result, the shell was not completely clean and there were corrosion run marks and surface corrosion in many areas, especially around the underfloor box sections, seams and overlaps. We took pictures of the car before we cleaned it by our methods.

By a quirk of fate, the owner became very ill and we had to store the car for nearly 8 months. During that time we observed the chemicals literally eating their way out of the body shell. For example, around the wheel arches, a little brown bubble would appear, which then exuded a brownish black liquid forming a little blob on the surface. This eventually dried up to leave a very corroded spot with a hole in the middle.

As this was coming from the inside out, what is it going to do to your new paint job? All over the shell was much the same where there were overlapped panels and spot welded joints, particularly in the boot and the underside of the car. The poor old painter gets it in the neck every time; when a blister appears in the paint, one automatically assume it is poor paintwork, but in truth the painter has probably done a perfectly good job on what appeared to be sound metal. He can't possibly be responsible for something that is eating its way out of the car. We hear about these problems from trade customers quite a lot.

So when deciding which method to use, have a good read on the forum pages to see how other people are getting on with various processes, and then make your mind up.

Soda blasting is also used, and does a good job generally, but it also has a residual problem, the Bicarbonate of Soda with a Ph of 7.5 (slightly alkaline) becomes something much more aggressive with a Ph of 9.5 when the temperature increases. So on a nice hot day your paint will be quietly pickling away at the seams and overlaps.   Soda blasting will remove paint, but not corrosion.

Cryogenic ice blasting is too slow, and very noisy.

Shot blasting or steel grit blasting is far too aggressive and will almost certainly cause damage to panels.

Sand blasting. Though the common name for blasting tiny particles at a surface to remove the coating is still 'sand blasting' using sand is illegal, because it releases respiratory damaging silica into the atmosphere, so the term should actually be grit blasting. There are good operators around who can strip the paint and underseal and remove corrosion all in one process by grit blasting, but we would recommend that you have a look at some work they have done, or talk to a previous customer before entrusting your precious classic car to them. operators with that skill are few and far between, and once it is all distorted and bent and rough to the touch there is no going back. We often hear of owners/restorers who presented a really good shell to a blasting contractor for blasting, they used coarse media, and the car was wrecked.

One of our customers is a Porsche restoration specialist.  He recently brought his 172nd car to us in 19 years trading. He hates the fact that he has to do a 1000 mile round trip to us from the West Country with every car, and although he has tried other companies and processes, (because time is money), he admits he keeps coming back because he gets the results he wants from us. Have a look at the link to his web site below, he mentions us lower down the page.

Testimonials – http://www.rogerbrayrestoration.com/restoration.htm


Corrosion Removal

Corrosion Removal
Once all the paint, filler and underseal, glue, etc have been removed using the plastic media blasting process, the corrosion should be visible and can be dealt with. (Sound deadening pads, oil, grease and all the other problem materials must be removed by hand or similar methods).

To remove the surface corrosion an abrasive that is hard enough to scour the surface clean must be used. It needs to be sharp and angular to cut into the corrosion on the surface of the metal but small enough to prevent the heat generation, hammering or peening action that has the potential to damage the panels. This is where a skilled operator is essential to minimise the risk of distortion. 

Because most of the work has already been done using the plastic media, the risk of overworking the surface with the hard abrasive is greatly reduced. There is less need to dwell in one place with the abrasive blast stream, it is this dwell that generates a tiny amount of heat and the stressing action that can cause distortion to panels. The finer the abrasive the less kinetic energy there is in the particle to dissipate when it hits the surface. This makes removal of the surface corrosion slower but leaves a very fine profile on the surface of the steel panel, which is a good key for the paint and any filler required. Using these fine materials is difficult technically because they don’t flow well in the equipment, and they make the operators job more difficult and visibility is a big problem anyway, but we have developed special lighting to help him see into the darkest corners

We then put a zinc phosphate treatment on the surface of the metal. This is an acid based material that is absorbed into the surface of the metal carrying with it a small amount of zinc. It is a metal pre-treatment not a paint, it is clear so hides nothing. It is also a rust converter so there is a chemical reaction that converts any corrosive salts to zinc strontium phosphate, a hard, black and chemically inert material. It effectively eats and solidifies the salts thus stabilising the metal. Without the phosphate there is a real risk of corrosion re-occurring if not protected with paint quickly.

Painting over
The phosphate is a chemical preparation that passivates the surface of the metal, killing corrosive salts and providing a chemical key on to which the paint molecules can lock. This, combined with the profile of the surface, provide a mechanical key that further aids paint adhesion.

The important point is that the product is not solvent based, therefore there is no problem of paint compatibility, you can use whatever paint you like.

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The pictures below give examples of our rust removal work.



Engine Cleaning

We can clean virtually any engine part as long as it is completely stripped down and sensitive areas are masked. Whether we use plastic, garnet, glass bead or vapour blast media very much depends on what we are taking off and what the engine part is made from, i.e. hard steel, mild steel, aluminium, etc.

We have cleaned whole engines, like the very rare Merlin engine from a Spitfire, all 26 litres of it.

 With any engine part that comes into contact with the oil we normally only clean with our plastic material, because it does not dig into the surface of the metal like grit could. If a tiny particle of grit were to dislodge from its location embedded in the metalwork of a sump say, it then could travel around in the engine with potentially damaging results, even though it is only microns in size. Using only plastic media inside the engine reduced this problem dramatically because it is not hard enough to dig into the metal and it is a soft material anyway, it would break down into dust unlike a bit of grit which could become a grinding paste.

Plastic media is capable of removing all the sealing compound and a lot of oily deposits and carbon residues. It is great for de-carbonising heads and ports etc..

On the outside of the engine we can use a range of materials and sometimes a combination of processes.

Often, customers want to clean the surfaces of their old engines but they want to retain the patena of use, they don’t want every little mark removed to make it look like a new pin, it needs to look clean but used. We work hard to achieve that look.




We clean all types of wheels for motorcycles, cars, lorries, tractors, thorough to Formula 1, including steel, alloy or magnesium. We even clean wooden spoked wheels for vintage and veteran cars.


Sandblasting Wheels

The material and coating to be removed will dictate whether we use plastic media, grit or glass bead to achieve the required finish, sometimes all three. If the wheel is powdercoated it can increase the time taken substantially. Magnesium wheels often arrive for blasting and we take the paint off with plastic media only. They never look very good but if you grit blast them or glass bead them you cannot detect cracks in them when they are tested using dye penetrant. Later Ultrasonic crack detection processes can detect cracks even if there is a surface profile. The wheels need to be blasted with hard abbrasive to give them a profile if they are to be repainted. Just tell us what finish you want to acheive, we are usually able to meet customers’ requirements.

Call us now on 01403 752347 to discuss your project, or email details to info@blast-cleaning.co.uk.


Glass Fibre Structures

The use of plastic media for stripping paint from glass fibre can be very effective, but can also have its problems.

Plastic media blast cleaning relies on small granules of plastic being propelled by air pressure through a nozzle onto a surface where they scratch and chip the paint to remove it from the surface. Whilst the plastic granules are less dense than alternative blasting media they are still fairly aggressive and do have a 'peppering action' when they hit the surface.

On some glass fibre finishes the gel coat is sound and hard, the panels having been manufactured using a press to ensure that bubbles are excluded from the lay‑up. However, some of the earlier cars were manufactured using, by today's standards, fairly primitive methods, in workshops where there was no temperature or humidity control and when the ratios of resin to catalyst were far more critical, with result that lay-­ups were often inconsistent and air entrapment within the lay‑up was a common problem.

The result is that air bubbles are often trapped in the lay‑up between the first coat of' mat and the gel coat, which is applied to the inside of the mould.

When the paint stripping is taking place the gel coat is the outer layer of the glass fibre panel to which we are normally required to strip. The gel coat is normally fairly hard and can be very brittle. Alternatively on some of the older cars the gel coat is of poor quality and has deteriorated over the years, which can make it comparatively soft. The plastic blast media pellets do not differentiate between the two adjoining surfaces and in the case of a hard surface, the gel coat over top of the bubble is usually very thin and tends to fracture, exposing a void during the blasting process. Conversely where the gel coat has deteriorated and become soft, it will breakdown and expose the void in a similar way.  In some severe cases the gel coat is very thin and will break down even on areas without any air entrapment, exposing the strands of fibre matting.

This situation is made even worse when multiple layers of paint have been applied to the car and especially when relatively hard finishes have been used. The concentration of the plastic blast media required to break down these more durable paint finishes results In more abrasion to the gel coat surface, especially in complex areas such as moulding lines, corners and similar features.

The final result after stripping may be a fairly smooth gel coat finish with a number of pinholes, and especially on older cars we would expect to see many tiny voids where the air bubbles have been broken. Some exposure of mat in more complex areas and areas where previous damage has been repaired, is common place and any gel coat cracks caused by impact damage will be visible after blasting.

The customer must be fully aware that the repairs necessary to the glass fibre surface may be extensive and expensive, not because our stripping process (or any other process for that matter) has damaged the body, but because that is often the way with older fibreglass bodies. In many cases the pinholes can be filled with stopper, flatted and sprayed with polyester filler or similar materials, with intermediate flatting between subsequent coats, to achieve a smooth uniform finish. Alternatively, some repairers believe that surfaces in this condition should be re‑matted with tissue mat and given further extensive repairs prior to producing a surface ready for painting.  Before embarking on a fibreglass restoration just be aware of the potential problems and pitfalls of stripping paint from glass fibre by this or any other method,and the alternatives for the repair and restoration of the glass fibre to an acceptable standard.



Preparing Your Car

Preparing car bodyshells for mounting on the body tilting frame.

To strip complete bodyshells, we put them onto a rollover frame by mounting the shell on a giant meccano kit, secured to the strength points of the body / shell / chassis, such as the bumper mounting points, rear spring mountings, front suspension or engine mountings etc.

This is a time consuming operation, from our point of view, because we cannot assume to attach anything to the shell, chassis or body by other than existing holes or fixings. What we need are a couple of bars sticking out at the front and back of the car, at bumper level. We have made mounting jigs for some cars but they are expensive and we cannot possibly hold mountings for all the cars we clean, and in any case there is very often not enough strength left in the general bodywork holes to support the weight of the shell. Some cars have dumb iron mounting points for the bumper just inside the front and rear panels of the body, like the Porsche 356 and the Mk II Jaguar for example, they are really useful, but sometimes even these have rot problems or stripped threads as a result of corrosion problems.

Therefore it greatly assists us, and saves customer's money, if, prior to bringing the shell to us, customers attach two metal bars that can support the shell's weight, to the front and the back of the shell, at bumper level. These bars need to stick out 8”-10" clear of the furthest point of the car so that we can bolt or weld our rolling frame attachment to them. These bars need to be quite robust as when the body is turned through 90 degrees or more, on the frame, the forces on the bars become quite different to those exerted if you were just lifting the car off the ground. The bars can be a piece of flat mild steel about 6 mm thick and 30-40mm wide, or angle iron of 30mm x 30mm and 4mm thick. ( Not many cars could accommodate the angle irons through the original holes in the front valance.) We can then weld or bolt these to our iron work.

The main reason why it is better done by you than by us, apart from saving you possibly £100 or so, is that if you are happy to weld the bars onto the bodyshell or chassis, you can make that decision, we can't. But we understand that not everyone has the facilities or ability to do this extra preparation, so we have to rely on the bolts and holes available to us. If you can leave the bolts in the obvious holes we might use to mount the bodyshell, then that is helpful too.

Removing Underseal

There is no easy way of removing the rubbery type of underseal, or sound deadening pads. These materials do not respond to blasting since blasting relies on a ‘chipping’ action to remove residues. The later schutz type of under body protection is designed to deflect stones etc. so not surprisingly it is difficult to remove by blasting. The fiddly bits can be blasted but the big areas are better scraped off with hot air guns and a scraper, or similar. For us to remove all the Schutz from, say, a Porsche 911 can add anything up to around £500. With these really good protective materials we do urge you to consider whether they really need to be removed as part of your restoration. If the material is basically sound and the metal clean underneath then why remove it, you will only need to re-apply it at the end of the restoration. Obviously, the areas where welding and other repairs are needed will have to be cleaned off, but by blasting over the material fairly vigorously the media will find weak areas and those can be dealt with. The remainder may well be perfectly sound, and you save some money.

The old type underseals generally are either dry and crispy or black and gooey. The dry underseal can usually be scraped fairly easily, the gooey stuff is slower and messy, but blasting the gooey underseal only tends to soften these materials making them even more resilient and the abrasive sticks in it, a soft gooey mess. Therefore a good deal of hand scraping needs to be done before we blast off the residue to finish. We will happily do it, but it is not really cost effective for our skilled operatives to do hand scraping, so we always encourage customers, where possible, to remove the bulk of underseal themselves. In monetary terms, if we do it, this process usually incurs around £200-£300 extra – (in the case of a particularly bad Mercedes, the cost of removing the underseal alone was nearer £800!!). After hand scraping (by whoever) we blast off the remainder to finish.



Aluminium is relatively soft hard abrasives will profile the surface leaving a key for subsequent coatings.   This applies to things like sweet moulds that are coated with PTFE (better known by the trade name Teflon used on your cooking pans) to stop them sticking to the mould.
Similarly, photo copier rollers can be refurbished by removing the old coating and applying the same type of material, but they are thin walled and great care is required to avoid damaging them.
One project we do periodically is to blast a small area of an aluminium wheel hub assembly to create a coarse profile so that the oil seal is retained snugly in its seating.  This requires a coarse abrasive to create a rough texture in the soft aluminium.
Hydraulic control valves can be made from engineering grades of Aluminium and our plastic media is one way of removing paint etc. from the exterior of an assembly for refurbishment, and generally, plastic media wont produce a profile. We can also remove most powder coating materials, but the tough ones can increase the time and therefore the cost significantly.
Aircraft component are usually made from hard aluminium and stripping aircraft landing gear is one of the many uses for plastic media dry stripping.

Aluminium in cars (hyperlink to Aluminium in Automotive section)




We see lots of unusual and interesting things come in which we can clean and may well have ended up in the scrap mans yard or in the landfill tip.

A little door bell we saved from the rubble of a site cleaned up nicely and was presented back to the client and hangs within the dwelling.

Larger bells and old copper pots turn up too, old clock mechanisms, and things as big as the Cliveden clock, being renovated.

Some jobs are too big to bring here. The Wey and Arun Canal passes locally and there is keen interest in its reinstatement. Several new locks have been built and miles of canal made navigable. We blasted and repaired an old pump and a huge steel swing bridge which is now installed at Lowfold Farm, Wisborough Green.

The following list is just a sample of things we have cleaned:-

garden gates, garden furniture, garden statues, steam railway parts, cast iron radiators, cast iron fireplaces, garden urns, bronzes from the Stuyvesant collection, ironwork chandeliers, Spitfire Merlin engine, ancient ships cannons, antique furniture, spiral staircases, old water pumps



St Pancras - A Family Project - 121 Years On.

Our MD’s great, great Grandfather was Francis Wright, a leading industrialist between 1830 and 1873.

Living in Derbyshire, he had interests in mineral mining, coal, brick manufacturing, railways and manufacturing wrought iron structures.

In 1886 his company built St Pancras station in London, a 240 foot unsupported wrought iron span building, over 100 feet high, one of the largest spans in the world, using 9000 tons of wrought iron.

Timber form work supported the iron frame.                     The completed structure.

Francis Wright's brickwork company, the Butterley Company, also supplied the 60 million bricks for the station building.


Exterior of St Pancras

Although under threat of demolition in the 1960, in more recent years the station has been refurbished to become the terminus for the Eurostar trains travelling between the UK and Europe via the channel tunnel.


So we were delighted to be involved with the historic family building when asked to prepare stainless steel plates to be used as slip resistant covers over cable ducts in the platforms at St Pancras, as part of the refurbishment for Eurostar.   We blasted these plates with coarse blast media to ensure the surface was non-slip from every angle, even if wet. 


The station was re-opened in late 2007.  The pictures above show the plates at our works, their positions on the platforms and Karen testing them out on a recent trip on Eurostar to Paris!



Paint removal and corrosion treatment of cars, motorbikes and aeroplanes.

Professional and amateur restorers from all over the UK bring us car bodies, panels and parts for removing paint and/or corrosion. Since we started the blasting side of our business in 1985 some interesting items have passed through our works. D-Type and XKSS Jaguars, Ferraris, Maseratis, Aston Martins and Lamborghinis are some of the more exotic classic cars we've helped to restore, but we also cater to more modest vehicles, MGB, Morris, Rover, Triumph, the list is endless. From Formula 1 to hot rods, from vintage to classic, from army quad bikes to bubble cars, from tractors to Aston Martins.  We treat cars made of steel, aluminium and even glass fibre and we apply the same methods when treating motorbikes and aeroplanes. 

So...............What is media blasting and bead blasting?

Like most industries there are generic terms and more specific technical terms to describe various processes.  So lets try to clarify what the terms mean.

There are, of course, many variables and special applications. This is not intended to be all encompassing but merely a layman’s guide to Blasting terminology.

You have heard the term Sand Blasting, which was invented over 100 years ago but really took off around 50 years ago, blasting with sand.  Sand does a great job and it was used for years, even though they knew as long ago as the late 40’s that sand had hazardous contents in the form of free silica. It is the tiny particles that are released when the sand breaks up when it hits something hard that are dangerous to your respiratory system. So Silica bearing sand was banned from use in any pressure vessel for blasting around 1980 and some manufacturers put big labels on their equipment advising it was illegal to use sand. Unfortunately that does not stop the ill informed or unscrupulous from still using sand and it is cheap, but at what cost to your, or their, health?

So, people commonly refer to Sand Blasting but it should really be referred to as Abrasive Blasting which covers a wide range of legal alternative materials available today.

Media Blasting is commonly used as a generic term for almost any blasting product, so is a bit vague, whereas Plastic Media Blasting is what it says, angular pieces of particular types of plastic that can be used for certain blasting applications.

Shot Blasting is also a generic term used by many people to describe blasting but can encompass almost any type of blasting. Shot Blasting is generally the term applied to the use of steel shot, tiny steel balls like shotgun pellets, that come in a whole range of sizes and are used for various purposes, too lengthy to deal with here.

Shot Blasting can also be referred to when really meaning Steel Grit Blasting, which instead of tiny steel balls it uses angular pieces of steel similar to many of the other abrasive product with angular particles that are sharp and aggressive.  This is generally used for cleaning industrial work and heavy steel components.  Steel grit comes in a range of sizes but tends to be on the larger side for most industrial applications and just what you do not want on you classic body shell.  We have seen some shells that have been blasted in this way, it is too agressive and they were ruined with distorted panels everywhere.

Bead Blasting is one we hear all the time, used again as a generic term to describe almost any blasting process. Bead Blasting is usually associated with Glass Bead Blasting, tiny glass balls  in a whole range of sizes and used generally for cleaning and finishing aluminium castings, for example, engine casings, plus stainless steel items, and can also be used to finish steel items if there is a special requirement.

Now lets look at the processes in more detail, and how they work.

Glass Bead Blasting

Bead blasting is generally the term used to describe the cleaning process whereby spheres of glass are propelledat the surface need to be cleaned in a fast moving stream of air. The glass bead are usually round and because they have no sharp edges they clean by virtue of the kinetic energy resulting from their mass and velocity. It is like millions of tiny hammer blows. The glass bead is comparitivley hard to other blast media, and it needs to be because it is effectively hammering the surface of the item being cleaned. This hammering or 'peening' action moves the surface of the metal around, at a microscopic level, and fills the tiny fissures in the surface of the metal that you can see through a microscope (they exist even on highly polished surfaces). By filling in these microscopic voids you reduce the ability of foreign corrosive elements and dirt from getting into the surface of the metal. Not only will this help reduce deterioration of the surface over time but it is also used to create a surface that is more hygenic in certain applications, such as the food preparation industry and medical equipment. 

The surface you want to finish with bead blasting will almost certainly benefit from cleaning by other methods first, such as a fine abbrasive blasting, to remove as many contaminants as possible, but it will depend on the item and the finish required. If you do not pre-cleanan already corroded item like an alloy wheel, then the peening action of the glass bead will trap the corrosive meterial in the surface of the aluminium leading to early deteriation of the metal because of the contaminant fighting to get out.

Glass bead blasting normallty leave a satin finish on the surface you have treated, if you use glass bead mixed with water and air in a pressurized system it is called vapour blasting and give more of a sheen finish, particularly on alloy parts. However, this is not the same as a polished finish which is normally achieved by a buffing process with the use of polishing compounds.

Beware, the 'peening' that the metals under go during the glass bead blasting process is not always applicable on certain items such as thin sheet metal. Due the hammering effect described above and remoulding which occurs, this can result in warping and distortion, that can be irreversable . 

Plastic Media dry stripping

Plastic media dry stripping is exactly what it says; it uses millions of tiny particles of angular graded plastic propelled at the surface to be paint stripped in a stream of fast moving compressed air. The paint is removed by the chipping and scratching action of the sharp edged pieces of plastic.

The sharp angular particles of plastic are relatively soft and light-weight. It is propelled at much lower pressure than most other blasting processes because the plastic deforms and breaks down very quickly if it hits the surface too hard. As the plastic media is some 20+ times more expensive than normal blasting abrasive there are very good commercial reasons for us to use the plastic media at low pressure and recover it for re-use, but its unique properties make it ideal for this type of cleaning.

On steel panels the plastic does not mark the surface of the metal and so allows the removal of the paint, filler, glue and some of the old types of underseal if they are dry and friable, from thin steel panels (and some other base materials too). There is no distortion of the steel because there is no heat generated, the plastic media is not hard enough to break the surface of the steel.

You can then see everything uncovered, even how the panel was last prepared, all the grinding marks and abrasive rubbing down marks can be seen, even phosphate dipping used during manufacturing can be seen on the car bodies as a tide line after plastic media paint stripping. Where lead loading has been used on the panel joints by the manufacturer, the plastic media is hard enough to disturb the surface and create a slightly  roughened profile in the surface of the lead, but it does not remove the lead.  A quick sand over with a dual action sander reduces the profile in seconds.

Plastic media will not remove body seam sealer or the modern underseals economically - they are too resilient and designed to resist abrasion. Apart from damaged or poorly adhered areas, which it will identify, why would you want to remove the factory seam sealer? (The exception being cars for racing which have to be seam welded for strength). Some of the modern paints have plasticising additives, which make them very tough to remove, but there is no safer way of removing paint from panels.

Finer Plastic Media and its uses

Plastic media can be used on aluminium panels and fibreglass too. More operator skill is required and smaller grades of plastic media and lower pressure are required as these surfaces can be damaged because they are softer than steel. Aluminium panels will exhibit a profile on the surface because the plastic media is hard enough to disturb the surface of the aluminium, but only in microscopic terms. To minimise the risk of distortion and profiling a fine grade of plastic media with small particle sizes is used.

Thermal Image of plastic media blasting


The first picture above, is a thermal imaging camera recording plastic media blasting, while the second below is of a grit blasting process. What it shows is the amount of heat generated by the blasting processes.  The brighter and more extensive the orange/white area, the greater the heat generated by the friction created by the cleaning process on the metal.                  

Thermal Image of grit blasting.

Corrosion Removal

Once all the paint, filler and underseal, glue, sound deadening, oil, grease and all the other problem materials have been removed using the plastic media blasting process, the corrosion should be visible and can be dealt with.

To remove the surface corrosion an abrasive that is hard enough to scour the surface clean must be used. It needs to be sharp and angular to cut into the corrosion on the surface of the metal but fine enough to prevent the hammering or peening action that has the potential to damage the panels. This is where a skilled operator is essential to minimise the risk of distortion.

Because most of the work has already been done using the plastic media, the risk of overworking the surface with the hard abrasive is greatly reduced. There is less need to dwell in one place with the abrasive blast stream, it is this dwell that generates a tiny amount of heat and the stressing action that can cause distortion to panels. The finer the abrasive the less kinetic energy there is in the particle, to dissipate when it hits the surface. This makes removal of the surface corrosion slower but leaves a very fine profile on the surface of the steel panel, which is a good key for the paint and any filler required.

There are blasting companies around who blast car bodies and panels with hard abrasives and have to chase the 'live edge' to remove the paint and filler etc. and this is when there is considerable risk of damage. Anything rubbery in nature requires prolonged blasting and the risk of peening and heating the surface is very high, the damage irreversible. There are operators who can do it this way but they are few and far between.

Protection after corrosion removal - phosphate coating

When all the paint etc. and corrosion has been removed the item is cleaned with compressed air to remove the residues of the cleaning media. It takes large volumes of air to blow out the box sections and it is sometimes difficult to do so. The steel surface is grey in colour and  'technically clean'.   In layman’s terms that is about as clean as you can get. However, steel panels in this condition are very susceptible to surface corrosion from moisture in the atmosphere and even the sweat on your hands. It is essential the surface is protected as soon as possible but we do not think priming the surface with paint is the best solution. Primers are not waterproof in most cases for one thing and any paint should be removed locally if welding repairs are to be carried out. In addition, the primer hides the surface so you cannot see the metal to see if it is clean and sound.

We spray the body / panels / parts with a phosphate coating . It is a clear product but leaves a slight green tinge in some areas as it works into the metal. You can still see the metal surfaces - and see if we did our job properly because nothing is hidden. A coat of primer can hide a multitude of problems, and poor worlmanship. It is an advanced coating which etches into the metal drawing zinc into the surface. It also has corrosion conversion properties which help to stabilise the invisible corrosive salts that are ever present in the metal where corrosion was previously visible even though the surface is technically clean. You can weld through the treatment without removing it because it isn’t a paint. The phosphate is a chemical preparation that passivates the surface of the metal, killing corrosive salts and providing a chemical key on to which the paint molecules can lock.  This, combined with the profile (roughness) of the surface created by the final very fine abrasive cleaning process used, provide a mechanical key that further aids paint adhesion.

The phosphate treatment can be left on the surface and over-coated by any kind of paint. (In the 20 years we have been importing the product no one has reported a paint compatibility problem.) Prior to painting, the surface should be rubbed over with a Scotch-bright pad just to remove any dust or loose particles, blown off and/or solvent wiped prior to painting as you would normally do for good paint-shop procedure.

We try to handle panels with gloves after phosphating because your sweat has lots of acidic content and when you put a sweaty hand on a panel it will leave a perfect hand print in about 3 weeks, even after phosphating, and much quicker on an unprotected panel.

The phosphate coating is not intended to be exposed to direct contact with rain etc. but will protect the metal quite well for months in a reasonable workshop. A customer recently reported that a car body we cleaned, which had to be shelved for 4 years, was rolled out again and found to be in remarkably good condition, protected only by our phosphate treatment. Another brought some doors back after 12 years storage, protected only by the phosphate coating. They were not perfect, but still in remarkably good condition and all that was needed was a light blast off and re-phosphating.

If the shell does get wet on the trip home, it will look blotchy with white marks on the panels.  Put it in the paint oven and dry it off as soon as possible.   If you don’t have an oven or a heated garage, use any form of forced heat (electric is better than gas or oil because they both produce a lot of water vapour that you don’t want.). Heat up the garage, make a tent over the car to enclose the heat if need be, and put your heater in or under the shell; even an arc lamp produces a lot of useful heat. (If the wife is out, open the French doors and put it in the living room with the central heating turned up, but there is likely to be more heat than you want when she comes home and catches you!)  When it dries off it should not have deteriorated too much, but it doesn’t look nice.

So there it is.  Over the last 20 years we have cleaned hundreds of cars – from bubble cars and Morris Minors to Maseratis and Ferraris and everything else between – for owners and restorers, from the one man band to the Aston Martin Heritage Centre.  And they keep coming back, so we must be doing something right!    

If you have a car restoration in mind and have a specific query you might find the answer in our Frequently Asked Questions section.  Or call us to discuss your project 01403 752347.


Cleaning Buildings

Our mobile blast cleaning team covers the South East of England, across Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire.  On occasion we do travel outside these areas as far as Wiltshire, Kent and the outskirts of London.  We have cleaned hundreds of old beamed cottages, barns, shops, factories, industrial buildings, properties of all ages and type over the years. In more recent years we have worked closely with local builders and developers cleaning popular new oak structures.  Much of our work comes through personal recommendations or from the local Historic Society, builders and architects for whom we work regularly. They know they can trust us to preserve important features and not damage structures. We are recognized by the Listed Buildings Officer at Chichester District Council and are on the approved contractors list for the Listed Buildings Officer at Waverly District Council, our two most local Authorities. Our ever growing portfolio of work includes many listed buildings, some of them Grade One listing, and National Trust properties.

For more information on blast cleaning buildings and to view examples of our work click on any of the following:

Here is a list of just some of the distinguished buildings where we have worked -

Amberley Castle (Grade I), Ashwood Place (Grade II), Binfield Manor (for the Sultan of Brunei), Burningfold Manor, Burton House, Burton Park, Busbridge Hall, Chawton House, Chesswood House, Chesworth House, Dorchester Hotel, Guildford Castle (Grade I), Coates Castle, Cowdray House, Dial Post House, Diddling Manor, Exfold Manor, Garton House, Great Eastern Hotel, Ham House (Grade I), Hampton Court (Grade I), Haslemere Museum, London Playboy Club, Mary Rose Trust, National Gallery (Grade I), Regents Park, Snowdenham Hall, Uppark House (Grade I), Willinghurst House (Grade I)  

Modern sandblasting wood techniques are used for door stripping, paint removal and stain removal to clean old beams, staircases and panels - the images above just show a small selection of the work we have done.

Call us now on 01403 753784 to discuss your project, or email details to info@blast-cleaning.co.uk.



We regularly clean machinery both onsite and in our works for local manufacturing companies as part of their essential maintenance programmes to ensure continuity of production. Component parts made from steel, aluminium, even rubber, benefit from our cleaning processes.   Pumps, fans, drums, pipework, engines, etc. are just a few examples of the industrial items we deal with. 

Metal finishes available include:
We have the facility for hot metal flame spraying - an alternative method of corrosion treatment.  This is ideal for classic car chassis, parts & exhausts, garden furniture, gates & railings, architectural & ornamental items.   The metal finishes we use are Zinc, Aluminium, Copper, Bronze or Stainless Steel. The surface texture is rough to the touch like sandpaper but it can be polished to a mirror finish with care; if the polishing generates heat the sprayed metal may expand and break the adhesion with the parent metal because the application is normally only a few fractions of a millimetre thick.



We see lots of unusual and interesting little things come in which we can clean and may well have ended up in the scrap mans yard or in the landfill tip.
A little door bell we saved from the rubble of a site cleaned up nicely and was presented back to the client and hangs within the dwelling.

Larger bells and old copper pots turn up too, old clock mechanisms, and things as big as the Cliveden clock, being renovated.

Some jobs are too big to bring here. The Wey and Arun Canal passes locally and there is keen interest in its reinstatement. Several new locks have been built and miles of canal made navigable. We blasted and repaired an old pump and a huge steel swing bridge which is now installed at Lowfold Farm, Wisborough Green.

The buttons above under Preservation will take you to your area of interest.


Blast Cleaning Enquiries

Blast cleaning is a process used for the paint stripping, rust removal, deep cleaning or profiling of surfaces. Please see the Automotive, Buildings, Industrial, and Preservation sections on this site for more information about what can be done and how we can help.

If you have a project that requires blast cleaning, please complete an enquiry form on our Contact Us page, or call 07789 431234 to discuss. 

Did you know that we also specialise in DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) Exhaust Cleaning for automobiles? If this is what you're looking for, head to our sister site:


or give us a call on the above number to discuss. 




Works we have completed

The diversity and variety of work we do means that we may have already done a job similar to what you require (and it also keeps our operatives interested).   Have a quick look at the list of works we've completed - too boring to read right through, but if you just scan over it you'll get the idea.


DPF / Aston Martin Chassis & Frame / Bentley Parts / 2 Wheels / Triumph Stag Bodyshell / Vintage Bentley Gearboxes / GT40 Bodyshell / 4 Steel Wheels & Rims / Volvo Amazon / 1965 Porsche 911 Bodyshell & Panels / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Panels / MAN van DPF / 4 Steel Wheels / Vintage Bentley Parts / Porsche 911 Bodyshell / Porsche 356 Bodyshell  Panels / MG Wing / Porsche 912 Bodyshell & Panels / Alpha Romeo Bodyshell & Panels




Nissan Faurecia DPF / Porsche Engine / 2 Propellers / BMW Alpina DPF / Mercedez Sprinter DPF / Peugeot DPF / 6 Oak Beams / 2 Large Iron Tractor Wheels + 40 Spade Lugs / Jensen Healey Bodyshell & Panels / Large Quantity Oak / Maserati Mistral Bodyshell & Chassis



HGV Catalyst & DPF / DPF / Taught Liner DPF / BMW Rocker Box & Air Inlet / DPF / 2 Part HGV Cat & DPF / Alloy Engine Block / Mitsubishi Camper DPF / Land Rover Defender DPF / BMW DPF / Corroded Metal Parts



DPF / DPF / DPF x 2 / DPF x 2



Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Panels / Alard K1 Bodyshell & Panels, Chassis & Parts / Mercedez Pergoda Bodyshell & Panels / Jaguar Parts / 2 Steel Chairs / Austin Healey Bodyshell & Panels / Ferrari Dino Bodyshell & Panels / Fireplace / Sprite Chassis / 13 x Car Parts / 2 Wings & 14 small parts / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Panels / 4 Doors, Seat Frames & Alloy Parts / Table / 3 x Pew Backs / Oak Table / 10 Stainless Steel Tables / 2 Motorbike Frames / White Line Machine / Fireplace / Gearbox / Fireplace / Lorry Panels & Parts / Porsche Door / 9 Vintage Car Parts / 9 Vintage Car Panels / Citreon DS Wing / Lister Front & Rear Shrouds / External Walls & Tiles / Painted Walls & Beams / 7 Table Tops / 3 Aluminium Parts / Oak Beams / WW2 Jeep Panels / Mini Bodyshell & Panels / Box Vintage Motorcycle Parts / Steel Chassis & Aluminium Parts / Steel Chassis & Aluminium & Steel Parts / Pine Chest & Oak Chairs / Fuel Tank / Lorry Panels & Components / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Panels / Oak Chest / Land Rover Bulkhead / 10 x Stainless Steel Parts / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Panels / Chassis, Bonnet, Bulkhead & Parts / Cast Iron Fireplace / Resin Sculptures / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Parts / Timber of The Rotunda, Godalming / Motorcycle Frame & 4 Swingarms / 4 x Stainless Steel Parts / Ford Mustang Bodyshell & Panels / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Panels / Lorry Roof Section / e-Type Jaguar Bodyshell & Panels / Cast Iron fireplace, Stand & Trailer / Lorry Parts x 10 / Cast Iron Radiators / Austin 7 Doors & Bonnet / Stone Cleaning Historic Building / MG TC Bulkhead, Fuel Tanks & 9 Components / Magnesium Bulkhead / 3 Land Rover Palens / 18 Manufactured Plates / 2 Wooden Topped Cast Iron Tables / Lamborghini Parts / 2 Carver Chairs / 4 Wall Lights / Truck Seat / Alpha Bonnet / Filing Cabinet / Mini Bonnet / 5 Spoke Wheels / 4 Steel Wheels / 10 Stainless Steel Parts / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Parts / e-Type Jaguar Bodyshell & Panels / Mk 2 Jaguar Bodyshell & Panels / Stainless Steel Parts / Austin Healey Bodyshell & Parts  



MGA Bodyshell, Wings & Chassis / Windscreen Surrounds / Alfa Diff and Engine Block / Aluminium Beading / Steel Frame / Cast Iron Glasshouse Roof Sections / Wheels, Rims, Hubs / Pontiac Wing / 1967 VW Split Screen Campervan / BMW3.0CSL Bodyshell & Panels / Scooter Frame & Mudguards / Motorbike Frame & Tank / Jaguar XJ Coupe Bodyshell & Panels / Fire Damaged Flint & Brick Walls, East Preston, West Sussex / Headlight Cowls and Brackets / Aluminium Land Rover Door / Green Oak Structure, Cowfold / Lancia Aurelia Seat Frames / Maserati Indy Bodyshell & Panels / Oak Beam / Riley Crankcase / Oak Table, 6 Chairs, 3 Stools, 2 Candlesticks / Ferrari Parts incl Magnesium Wheel + Radiator Panel / 2 Oak Carvings / 4 Pistons + Conrods / 3 Unimog Sides / Ford Cortina Bodyshell, Subframe, Rollcage and Panels / Black, Gold and Grey Cabinets and 2 Railway Lanterns / Durkopp Dianna Scooter Parts / Porsche 911 Bodyshell and Panels / Fishing Trolley / 2 Bucket Seat Frames / 26 Industrial Stainless Steel Plates / Oak Bedside Tables, Round Table and Dresser / Headlight Units / Motorcycle Crankcase / Motorbike Forks and Yoke / Beams in house in Kirdford / Cast Iron Fireplace / Air Intake Unit / AC Ace Panels / Parquet Floor Panelling / 4 Wings and Side Panels / 2 Sunbeam Alpine Fibreglass Doors / 2 MG Wings and Bonnet / Bootlid / 12 Stainless Steel / Beams in House in Edenbridge / Roof Rack / Steel Tubes + Aluminium Brackets / Lancia Sub Frame / Oak Beams in Farmhouse, Petersfield / Radiators for Manor House / Victorian Glasshouse Guttering / Oak Table / Walnut Chest of Drawers / Oak Wardrobe, Chests, Fire Surround and Doors / Oak Round Table / Citroen DS Panels / Mercedez V Class Subframe / 2 Large Oak Dressers / Beams in Cottage in Pulborough / Consul Capri Bodyshell and Panels / Aluminium Ferrari Engine Cover Panels / Vintage Chassis / Lagonda Panels and Parts / LPG Tank / Oriental Elm Coffee Table / Aluminium Chain Case / Beams in Cottage in Graffham / Fire Damaged Property in Ifold / Hardwood External Door / 17 Stainless Steel Plates / 24 Stainless Steel Workstations / Aston Martin Front Grill / Aluminium Aircraft Chair / Motorcycle Frame / 1934 Ford Front Wings + Louvred Side Panels / Oak Floor and Panelling in Worthing / Internal Barn Walls in Horsham / Steel Lanerns and Wall Mounts / 3 Antique Oak Mirror Frames / Metal Filing Cabinet and Medical Cabinet on Wheels /E-Type Bonnet / Lambourghini Muira Bodyshell and Panels / Inlet Manifold / 32 Stainless Steel Workstation Tops / Oak Blanket Box + Carpenter's Workbench / Motorcycle Frame, 2 Swing Arms, Stand and Fairing / Chassis + Petrol Tank / 19 Austin Parts / Beams in Cottage in Kirdford / Soffits, Fascias, Trusses in New Oak Extension, Shackleford / Aston Martin DB5 Bodyshell and Panels / External Oak Structure and Gable End Beams, Bosham / 2 Door Frames / Aluminium Powder Coated Outside Light Fitting / Garden Gate / Lambretta Frame, Fenders, Forks / Motocross Frame / 2 Oak Garage Doors and Small Oak Gate / Motorcycle Tank / 1938 Norton Parts / 2 Steel Wheels / Mini Moke Body and Parts / Unimog Rear Body / Motorbike Engine / Victorian Street Lamp / Alfa Romeo Stepnose Bodyshell / Racing Bike Cylinder and Head / VW Beetle Bonnet / VW Van Bodyshell / VW Split Screen Bus / Chevrolet Camaro Bodyshell and panels / Bronze Fox Sculpture / Mk II Jaguar Bodyshell, 4 Doors, Bootlid, Bonnet & Box Components / Oak Chest and Oak Veneer Table / Aluminium Garden Table Top / Lancia Aprilla Parts / 1 Large + 1 Small Filing Cabinets / 47 Motorcycle Components / 24 Stainless Steel Workstations / Mercedez 300SL Bodyshell and Panels / 11 Crittal Windows / 10 Beech Chairs / 5 Austin Healey Wire Wheels / Mitsubishi Evo Bodyshell / Rolls Royce Hood Frame / Oak Table / 2 Oak Mirror Frames / 3 Legged Table Base / Oak Chest of Drawers / Large Oak Rectangular Table / Propeller / Oak Dresser with Drawers and Doors / Round Oak Table / Mini Bodyshell, Rear Subframe and Panels / 39 Plastic Industrial Plates / 25 Stainless Steel Weighing Workstations / Porsche 356 Bodyshell, 2 Doors, Bonnet, Bootlid / Mercedez Bootlid / Pine Door / Mercedez 280SI Bodyshell and Panels / Inglenook and Hearth in old cottage Pulborough / Porsche 356 Bodyshell and Panels / Motorbike Yoke, Drum Brake Covers and Wire Wheels / Metal Table and Filing Cabinet / 3 Lengths of Cast Iron / Austin Healey 3000 Tub, Shrouds, Doors, Bonnet & Bootlid / Austin Healey 3000 Panels - 3 Wings, 2 Doors, 2 Aluminium Shrouds, Boot, Bonnet / 2 Bumpers, Frame & Box / 4 Austin 7 Wheels / 55 Stainless Steel Weighing Machine Components / Structural Timbers at barn in West Harting farm / Walls in listed building in Bedham / Tressle Table / Old Cauldron / Mini Cooper Rollcage / Door + 2 Trailing Arms / 50 Aircraft Wires + Fixings / Door + Bonnet Frame / Velocette Motorbike Parts / Lorry Fuel Tank / New Oak Cupboard + Doors / Cleaning of Beams in Chiddingfold cottage / Triumph Front Panel / MG TC Parts / 20 Stainless Steel Plates / Rocker Cover / Metal Box / Aston Martin DB2-4 Bodyshell, Chassis and Panels / Beams and Brickwork in Farmhouse in Copsale / Oak Table / 10 Stainless Steel Handrails / Swimming Pool in Rudgwick / Front Wing / 8 Split Steel Lorry Wheels / Austin A7 Bodyshell and Panels / 60 Sq M Oak Floor Boards / Oak Door Frame, Large Beams and Floorboards / Tiger Cub Tank / Engine Casing / BMW Motorcycle Frame and Seat Pan / 13 Steel Wheels / External Lantern Parts / Land Rover Tub and Wings / 2 Rear Wings and Sills / Motorcycle Frame, Swing Arm and Mudguard / Motorcycle Wheels, Sidecar Wheel & Engine Casings / Quad Bike Suspension Parts / Mini Bonnet, Bootlid, Seat Frame / VW Golf Parts / Petrol Tank Guard / VW Beetle Cabriolet Bodyshell & Panels / 6 Chair & Table Legs / Oak Desk, Chest of Drawers, Table, Doors & Frames / MG TC Panels / Mini Bodyshell & 2 Doors / MGB Subframe / 24 Steel Chairs / Structural Steel Frame Building, Pulborough / Oak Beam / Yamaha V75 Frame and Parts / Barn Timbers at Farmhouse in Crockham Hill, Kent / Aluminium Gearbox Casing / 1936 MG Wings (4), Hinged Bonnet (2) and Fuel Tank / Fiat 600 Bodyshell and Panels / 1978 Ducati Frame, Swingarm & Stand / Ford 107e Front Wing / 4 Metal Filing Cabinets / Magnesium Gearbox Casing / 62 Stainless Steel Weighing Machine Tables / Large Oak Veneer Desk / Husky Aircraft Tailplane / Green Oak Structure at Goodwood / 3 Aluminium Land Rover Panels / Motorbike Mudguards and Petrol Tank / Engine Casing Parts / Austin Devon Pickup Chassis / Ford Pop Panels / Honda CB Frame, Swing Arm & Stand / Talbot Sunbeam Lotus Bodyshell and Panels / 2 Citroen Wings / Ferrari Alloy wheel / Ford Cortina Panels / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Panels / Cast Iron Jockey Statue / 3 Crank Cases / Exhaust Parts x 2 / 2 Metal Panels / 2 Mk I Escort Doors / Mk I Golf Door / 21 Industrial Plates / 11 Stainless Steel Tables / Bentley Bodyshell & Panels / Oak Chest of Drawers / TR6 Chassis / 2 Pallets of Victorian Glasshouse Fittings / Cast Metal Table and Oak Boards / 2 Steel Chairs / Round Green Garden Table / Walnut Table / Wrought iron Bench / Motorcycle Suspension Parts / Citreon DS Wings, Doors and Panels / 2 Large Metal Cabinets / Vintage Citreon Bonnet / Fiat Dino Bodyshell and Panels / MG TC Parts / Aluminium Engine Casings / Wheels, Calipers, Brakes / Daimler Wing / VW Camper Panels / 3 Crittal Windows / 4 Land Rover Wishbones / 2 Ferrari Exhaust Parts / 1964 Mini Bodyshell / Villiers Engine and parts / Motorcycle Spoke Wheel /  10 Stainless Steel Worktables / 12m Oak Beams / Porsche 911 Bodyshell and Panels / 4 Chevrolet Belaire Doors / Wire Bench / Oak Sideboard / Oak Cabinet / Metal Trough / External Timbers of house in East Preston / 4 Lorry Wings, Floor Panel, Roof Bars / Velocette Petrol Tank / 1962 Mini Cooper Bodyshell / Green Oak Structure, Patching, West Sussex / Iso Lele Bodyshell & Parts / Oak Table / Ornamental Stand & Chair / 4 Land Rover Wishbones / Jaguar E-Type Bodyshell and Panels / 2 Cast Iron Garden Chairs / 10 Mahogany Chairs / 10 Austin Healey Panels / 5 Wheels, 2 Exhausts / Motorbike Frame, Swing Arm and 28 Parts / Steel Garden Table and 4 Chairs / Complete Vespa Engine / Beams, Fireplaces, Doors & Walls of a farmhouse in Wisborough Green / German Machine Gun / Porsche 911 Panels / Mini Grill / 4 Crittal Windows / Aeroplane Piston & Exhaust Part / Stone walls of house in Midhurst / 3 Garden Benches / Wrought Iron Gate / 2 Mini Doors / Mercedez Undertray / Chevrolet Bel Air Panels / TR4 Panels / Fire Fender / Metal Cabinet / 2 Antique Lanterns / Large Oak Beam / Jaguar E-Type Bodyshell and Bonnet / Rover V8 Manifolds (2) / Steelwork / Cast Iron Fireplace / Oak Chest of Drawers, Side Cabinet, Mirror, Table Top, Large Desk / Walnut Wardrobe, Walnut Veneer Dresser / BMW 2002 Bodyshell / 5 Oak Doors / Citroen Panels x 5 / 2 Fibreglass Bumpers / Garden Bench / Chassis Leg Sections x 2 / 2 Doors and Runners / Titanium Bicycle Frame / Mudguards and Number Plates / Stainless Steel Square Panels / Kitchen Cabinet Doors / Cast Iron Pergola / Door / Aluminum Rocker Covers / Cart Wheel / Crittal Windows / Frog Eye Sprite Bonnet / 8 Bentley Wings, 4 Bonnet Halves, Inlet Manifold / 9 Stainless Steel Weighing Tables / Beams and Inglenook of cottage in Wisborough Green / Zebra Crossings at Goodwood / 8 Morris Minor Panels / Oak Table / 3 Large Ornamental Light Fittings / Mudguard and Battery Box / Petrol Tank / Fiat 500 Bodyshell and Panels / Stainless Steel Framework of a Conservatory / Triumph Spitfire MK3 Bonnet and Doors / Ford Anglia 100E Bodyshell, 2 Front Wings, Bootlid, Valance, 2 Doors, Bonnet, Front Cross Member, Back Axle / 4 Banded Steel Wheels / 4 Oak Chairs / Yamaha Engine / Perspex Sign Piece / Ferrari Dino Parts / Model Train Parts / Armillary Sphere / BMW Engine Bay & Wings / Austin Healey Panels / Glasshouse Guttering, Brackets and Fixings / Ferrari 275 GTB Bodyshell & Panels / Stainless Steel Filter Fixings / Gearbox & Cover / Ford 100E Estate Bodyshell, Running Gear and Panels / 2 Pine Doors / 4 Motorbyke Exhaust Pipes / Oak Dining Table / Model Train Parts / Ferguson Tractr Panels Jaguar E-Type Bodyshell, 2 Doors + Bootlid / Oak Door / Austin 7 Chassis / Vespa Chassis / 4 Doors / 2 Oak Chests of Drawers / Oak Frame at Farm in Fernhurst / Stainless Steel Piping / Wheel Support Brackets / Ornate Metal Lantern / Fiat 131 Bodyshell / Porsche Suspension Parts / Triumph Spitfire Bodyshell / MG TC Panels / 5 Magnesium Wheels, Aluminium bootlid & 2 Cedar Shingles / 5 Laptop Shells / Green Oak Structure at a farm in Haslemere / House Sign / E-Type Bonnet / Cast Iron Guttering / Oak Beam / 2 Petrol Tanks & 2 Mudguards / 8 Stainless Steel Workstations / 2 Door Hinges / Antique Biscuit Tin / Beams & Inglenooks of period house in West Chiltington / Fire Damaged Building in Brighton / Tow Bar Bracket / 2 Oak Glass Fronted Cabinets & Oak Veneer Bureau / 2 Stainless Steel Workstations / 8 Mechanics' Workstations / Triumph Stag Hard Top Roof / Window Frame Sections / Wall Panelling & Entrance Floor of Village Hall, Graffham / Oak Floorboards and Beams / Auger / Beams in Period House, Plaistow / External Brickwork in Crawley / 2 Mirror Frames / Ducati Frame / E-Type Jaguar Bodyshell, Doors & Bootlid , Alfa Romeo Guilietta Bodyshell, Doors & Bonnet, Vespa Panels, 4 Wire Wheels & Hob Covers / Cast Iron Guttering / Oak Picture Frames & Sideboard / Mustang Boot & Bonnet / Alfasud Panel / Saab Bodyshell & Panels / 2 BMW Door Frames / BMW M/Bike Tank & Exhaust / MGB GT Bodyshell & Panels / Austin A40 Bodyshell & Panels / Cleaning Beams in Cottage in Itchingfield / Austin Healey Panels / Cast Iron Sign / Sections of Glasshouse Ironwork / Cast Iron Guttering / Ferrari 275 Bodyshell & Panels all aluminium / Stainless Steel Framework / Oak Wardrobe and Painter's Table / Ceiling Timbers and Wall Cladding in Village Hall / 5 Calibration Tubes / Cosworth Axle, Wishbones & Hubs / Steel Wheel / Clutch Parts / Aluminium Engine Block, Crankshaft, Disc Brakes / Pump Components & Motor / 2 Palletts Stainless Steel Parts / Suspension Parts / Drum + Plates / M/Cycle Seat + Frame / 8 Large Stainless Steel Weigh Stations / Suspension Parts + Aluminium Hubs / Metal Filing Cabinet / Beams in Cottage in Wisborough Green / 2 Small Oak Tables / Old Lantern / Quantity of Tractor Parts / E-Type Jaguar Bonnet / 2 Morris Oxford Wings, 1 Morris Traveller Wing / Citroen DS Bonnet & Roof / Fibreglass & Steel Ferrari Dino Parts / Aluminium and Steel Cooper-Jaguar Parts / Motorbike Swing Arm + Frame Parts / Aston Martin DB2 Chassis / Oak Panels / Back Boiler / Petrol Tank / Staircase in Manor House, Wisborough Green / Chassis / Large quantity of Victorian cast iron glasshouse parts / Oak Panels / Motorcycle Swing Arm and Frame Parts / Aston Martin DB2 Chassis / Axle & Brackets / 9 Large Stainless Steel Workstations / Sportster Frame + 17 Parts / CB900 Frame + 40 Parts / Green Oak on Large New Home in Oxshott, Surrey / Brickwork & Windows of Farmhouse in Westbourne / 13 Aluminium Car Panels / Triumph GT6 Chassis / Brake Drums / Indian Motorcycle Parts / Morris Minor Bodyshell and Panels / Garden Bench / Triumph TR6 Chassis / Aluminium Engine Covers / Yamaha RD400 Aluminium Engine and Cover Plates / Ford Mustang Bodyshell & Panels / AC Ace Chassis & Panels / Mk II Jaguar & Panels / Frog Eye Sprite Bodyshell / Triumph Chassis / Timbers of an Old House In Petworth / Stainless Steel Grills / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Panels / Lorry Parts / 8 Resin Sculptures / 2 Cast Iron Tables with Oak Tops / Large quantity of Stainless Steel Industrial Parts / Chassis, Bonnet, Bulkhead / 4 Wall Light Fittings / 4 x 13" Steel Whels / Alfa Romeo Guiletta Bonnet / 20 Stainless Steel Wall Arms / Ford Sierra Bodyshell / Oak Table with Drawers / Smoke Soiled Building in Dartford / Wire Truck Seat Base / 5 Spoke Wheels / Mini Bonnet / Quantity of Cast Iron Radiators / Austin Healey Panels / Citroen DS Wing / E-Type Jaguar Bodyshell & Panels / Oak Console Table / Large Quantity of Stainless Steel Weighing Tables



Ford Coupe Shell & Panels / Ford Pop Shell & Panels / Motorbike Fork / Brake Calipers / Aston Martin V 12 Engine Block / Motorbike Crankcase / Lancia Aprilia Shell & Panels / Bike Frames / Morris Parts / Alloy Motorbike Wheels / Citreon DS Panels / Oak Beam / Motorcycle Parts / Suspension parts / AC Ace Bodyshell / Manifold & Exhaust / 3 x Viva Panels / Toyota Hilux Bumper / Mustang Shell & Panels / Frog Eye Sprite / Metal Bed Frame / Jaguar MK 9 Shell & Panels / Thames Trader Cab / Aluminium Cylinder Heads / Alfa Romeo 1750 Shell & Panels / Mini Bodyshell & Panels / Hillman Imp Body / Mercedes 280 SL Bodyshell / TR6 Shell & Panels / Marine Engine parts / VW MK1 Golf Bodyshell & Panels / Rolls Royce Panels / Large Table & Sideboard / Pontiac Panels / Maseriati Gigi Bodyshell & Panels / 4 x Cast Iron Fireplaces / Ferrari Dino Bodyshell / Porsche 911 Bodyshell & Panels / Green Oak Structure, Farnham / BMW Shell / Ship's Porthole / Oak Braced Door / Ship's Steam Whistle / 4 x Cast Iron Bench Ends / MG Chassis / 4 x Magnesium Wheels / 1 x Beam / Table & 1 x Small Beam / 24. No Wall Arms / Cylinder Head / AC Ace Front & Back / 8 x Damlier Dart Wheels /  Jaguar MK 9 Bodyshell / Long Harwood Timber Flooring / Cast Iron Radiators / 4 x Garden Chairs / Aluminium Engine Covers / Lancia Fulvia SI Fanalone Suspension Parts / VW Camper Van / Ford Body Shell & Panels x 2 / Mini Bodyshell, 2 x Doors, Bootlid & Bonnet / BMW Bodyshell / AC Ace Floorpan / Beams& Fireplaces, Public House, Petworth / AC Ace Front Nose , 13 Panel Parts / Radiators for Mansion, Surrey / 2 x Wheelbarrows / Aston Martin V12 Engine Block / Morris Minor Bonnet Parts & Window Frames / Porsche 356 Bodyshell, 2 Bumpers, 2 Doors, Bonnet, Bootlid / AC Ace Bodyshell, Bonnet , Bootlid & Doors / Lancaster Instrument Panel / Fireplace / 24 no. Stainless Steel Workstations & 3 Pillars / 5 x Land Rover Wheels / Istetta Bodyshell & Door / 8 x Brass Boat Parts / 2 no Aluminium Wheels / 23 Drop Plates & 20 'A' Plates/ Jaguar Bonnet / Dampers ( 8 Parts) / Ducatti Petrol Tank & 2 Mud Guards / Model A Ford Parts- 69 Parts in total / Model B Chassis / Manifolds x 2 / Large table, Sideboard, 3 Drawers / Bookshelf  & Unit / 2 Large Cupboard Units, Shelves, Tops & Drawers / Issetta Bubble Car Bodyshell & Door / Beams in Fittleworth / Cleaning of Oak Staircase, Steyning / 20 no. Sacral 'A' Plates / Porsche 356 Bodyshell, 2 Doors, Engine Lid, 2 Bumpers, 1 Roof Frame , 1 Suspension Part, 1 Petrol Flap, 1 Dashboard / Motorcycle Sidecar & 4 Brackets / Citreon DS Parts- Aluminium Bonnet, Fibreglass Bootlid, Steel Valance, Petrol tank Cover, Interior Panel & 2 Boxes of Small Bits / Cleaning of Beams, Pulborough /   Chevy Corvette / 2 x Steel Lotus Elan Wheels / 1932 Ford Sedan Cab with Two Doors, Five Window Mouldings, Two A Pillars & Dash Suround / Porsche 911 Bodyshell / Cast Iron Guttering- 4 Lengths, 1 Corner Piece / Large Oak Section / Ford Cylinder Head / Landrover Bulkhead & 10 misc. Brackets / Cleaning of  Beams, Worthing / 2 x Steel Lotus Elan Wheels / Ducatti Petrol tank & 2 Mud Guards / Scooter Parts / Ducatti Cast Aluminium Parts ( 4) / 2 no. MGB Wings / Cleaning of Beams in Barn Conversion, Petworth / Ford capri Bodyshell, Bonnet, Bootlid & Doors / Aircraft Door / 8 x Wooden Dining Chairs / 1 x Chassis Frame & Undertray / 3x Wooden Chairs / Aluminium Carb Body, 2 Aluminium Float Chambers, Magnesium Inlet Piece & Magnesium Cooling Chamber / Petrol Tank, 2 Mudguards, 2 Small Side panels / Ford Panels & Doors / 2 Workstations, 3 Poles, 2 Small Square Plates / Morris Minor Parts- Front End, Bonnet, Rear Cab Panels, 9 Black Panels / Complete Cast Iron Window Frame / Swivel Chair, Metal Desk with Brass Trim, Metal Desk with Green Top, Metal Desk with Aluminium Parts / Work bench with Concrete Legs & Wooden Top / Tree Root / Landrover B & C Posts / Austin Healey Parts- 2 Doors, Bonnet, 2 Front Wings, 2 Shrouds / Wooden parts / Ford Pop Doors ( 2) Small Steel panels (2) , Roof Panels / Ford Pop Doors (2) Small Steel panels ( 2) Roof Panel / Wooden Chairs x 5 / Steel Wheels x 5 /  Cast Iron Window Frames x 2 / Motocross Frame RM250 / VW Beetle Floor Pan, 2 x Radius Arms, 2 Torsion Bar, 2 Torsion Bar Cups, Front Crash Frame / Wooden  Boards ( 200) / Filing Cabinets ( 2), Small Box, Medical Cabinet & 12 Small Parts / Landrover Bulkhead / Cleaning of Softwood Trusses/ Purlins, Cottage, Chiddingfold / VW Beetle Bodyshell / Aluminium Gearbox CAsings, Differentail Wormwheel Carrier, Steel Bonnet, Moped Wheels x 2 / Balcony, Rustington / TR6 Parts- Hood Frame, Front Valance, 2 x Doors, Grill, Bonnet, Bootlid / 6 Large Lanterns, 6 Hanging Arms, 4 Other Parts/ 5 Steel Wheels/ Cast Iron Plant Stand / Pine Door/ 2. No. 4 Pot Callipers/ Porsche 356 Speedster Bodyshell, Bonnet, Bootlid, Brackets & Small Plate / Fire Damaged Roof Structure, Celing Joists, Wall Plate, London / 4 Aluminum Parts- Undertray, Nose Piece & 2 Small Panels / V12 Jaguar Engine Block & Pistons/ Metal Filing Cabinet / Silencer & Tail Pipe / 2 x Bench Ends / Humber Vogue ( 1930s) Bodyshell ( Timber Framed), Chassis / Cast Iron Radiators / Sacral Drop Plates x 19 /  MGA Chassis & Front Crash Frame & Front Bumper Bracket & Rear Bumper Brackets / Oak Table / Steel Tube Chairs x 2 / Iron Chair in Pieces / Cleaning of Beams, Bosham / Lancia Rocker Cover, Inlet Manifold, Aluminium Cover, 2 Track Rods / Oak Beam / 8 no. Magnesium Wheels / 40 oak Floor Boards & 1 Square Board / 1938 Lincoln Zephyr Convertible & all panels / Cleaning Of Brick & Stone Work, Farmhouse, Canterbury / Oil Pump Container / 1960s Honda 450 Motorcycle Parts- 34 Parts / Timber Porch, Horsham / French Armoire / Wooden Bowl / 1966 Mini Cooper S Shell, 2 x Sub Frames, Bonnet & 2 Doors / TR6 Parts- Rear Valance, Rear Strenghening Panel, Door Skin, Grill Surround / Mini Doors ( 2)  & Inside Bonnet / Steel Bed Frame / Motocross Frame & Pegs / Range Rover Wing Mirror Mount / Door Frame, Small Square Frame, Lower Stable Door, Top Trim, 4 Long & 4 Short Skirting Boards / Large Window Frame / Cast Iron Radiators / Radiator Housing / Hood Mechanism / Morris Minor Pick-up Bodyshell, Door & 2 Hinges / Wrough Iron Gates / Land Rover Bulkhead / Morris Minor Seat Frame / 10 x Window Frames, 4 x Door Frames / 3 x Lengths of Oak / Cleaning Beams, Barn Annexe, Wisborough Green / Cast Iron Glasshouse Parts / Cast Iron Legs /  Jaguar 2 Door Coupe Bodyshell, 2 Front Wings, Bonnet, Bootlid, Door Frames ( 2), Bumper / Brackets (2) / Three Cast Iron Urns / BMW CSL Aluminium Panels - 2 Doors, Bonnet, Bootlid / AGA Parts / 5 x Steel Wheels / Lambretta Frame & 4 Aluminium Parts / Oak Beam / 4 x Pump Components / Beam Cleaning, Horsham / 3 Benches / Alfa Romeo Alfasud Race car Bodyshell, 2 Doors, Bootlid, Bonnet, 2 Sills, 2 Rear Quarters, Front Panel, 3 Front Wings, Windscreen Surround / 2 x Resin Bases / 2 Carburetors, Inlet Manifold, 2 Small Covers, Thermostat Housing, Thermosat Housing Cover, Carb Tops / Cleaning of Beams, Petworth /  2 Cast Iron Table Legs / Cleaning of Water Damaged Wall, Guildford / Cleaning of Roof Extension Sections, Canterbury / Limestone Tiles / 5 x Landrover Steel Wheels / Aston Martin DB5 Bodyshell & 2 Doors / 16 x Locker Doors / 4 x Vintage Mud Guards / 4 x Saab Alloy Wheels /  40 m Oak / 100m Oak Flooring Panels / 6 no. Steel Lanterns & 2 Cast Iron Swinging Arms / 3 no. Ceiling Light Fittings with Steel Ring / Removing White Lines, Goodwood Estate / 3 Oak Boards / 35 Sq M Oak Flooring / Rover P6 Inlet Manifold, 2 Rocker Covers, 2 Pipes & Brackets / 2 No Sunbeam Front Wings / Weather Vain & Parts / Jaguar E- Type Tailgate / Green Oak Structure, Selham /  1912 Bus Silencer & 1916 Lorry Clutch in 2 parts / Lighting Fixtures & 3 Brackets / Chair & Table / Porsche 356 Bodyshell, 2 Doors, 2 Bumpers, 1 Bootlid, 1 Bonnet / Ford Duratec Crankshaft / Cleaning of Timber, Chelwood gate, East Sussex / Shepherds Hut Oak Frame / MGC GT Bodyshell / Aston Martin DB4 Aluminium Bonnet / 1928 Bentley Bobtail Chassis / Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV Bodyshell, Front Valance, Scuttle, Front Bumper, Small Panel / Austin 7 Manifold / 3 Small Oak Tables / Pine Dresser x 2 Parts / Jaguar E- Type Bodyshell, Tailgate & 2 Doors / Stone Work, Kirdford / New Oak Porches, Esher, Surrey / Velocette Venom Frame & 21 Parts / Tractor Bonnet /  Aluminium Floor & Side Panels / Honey Extractor / Cylinder Head / Cast Iron Fireplace / Mercedez 190 SL Bodyshell, 2 Aluminium Doors, Bonnet, Rear Valance, Dashboard, Glovebox Door / Rover V8 Manifold / TR4 Pedal Box / Jaguar Bonnet / Vespa Frame & 2 Side Panels/ Lambretta Scooter Frame, Front Fender, Rear Fender, Forks & 11 Other Parts / Ford Anglia / BMW Z4 with Rollcage / 6 x Hardwood Chairs / Lamborghini Escada Bodyshell, 2 Doors & Aluminium Bonnet / Ford Model A Engine Block & Cylinder Head & 3 Misc. Parts / Alfa Romeo Guilla Spyder Bodyshell, Bonnet, Bootlid & 2 Doors /  2 Mudguards / MGTC Chassis & 4 Seat Runners / External Wall, Ditchling /  Green Oak, Wisborough Green / 1988 Reynard Formula 3 Fibreglass Panels (12)  /  Austin Healey 3000 BJ7 Chassis / Heating Element of a Steam Cleaner / 4 x Pieces Oak / Steyr Huflinger Bodyshell, 4 wheels, Fuel Tank, Seats, Bonnet, Various Panels & Box of Parts / Single Oak Beam / Ferrari 250 Lussc Bodyshell with Chassis, Wheel Arch Panel, Tranmission Tunnel, 2 Front Door Panels & GTE Fuel Tank / Mini Rear Subframe / 14 No. Stained Oak Beams / Villers Engine Block & Cylinder Head / Aluminium Cover Plate / Cast Aluminium Parts / Table in 4 Parts / Aston Martin DB5 Pagonda Roof, 2 Doors, Bonnet, Boot Skins, Front & Back End of Bodyshell, Roof Panel / Door Frame / Sunbeam S8 Parts / 5 No Steel Wheels / Rover V8 Complete Engine / Aston Martin DB5 Bodyshell / Harley Davidson Front Fender / Cleaning of Balconies, Strand Court, Harsfold Road, Rustington / Vespa P200E Scooter Frame, Front Fender, Rear Box, 2 Cast Aluminium Parts /  TR6 Front Wing & Rear Tub / 3 Oil Cans / Mini Moke Bodyshell, Bonnet, 2 Bumpers, Front & Rear Subframe, 2 Seats, 1 Aluminum Panel / Painted Brick & Flint, House in Halnaker, Chichester / Medical Cabinet / Porsche 356 Bodyshell, 2 Doors, Bonnet, Bootlid / Bentley Aluminium Panels - Wings & Front Valance / Mini Subframe / MGB Doors x 2 / Motorbike Frame ( GS 500 E) / 5 x Retro Oil Cans / 2 x Bus Brake Shoes, 2 x Bus Brake Drums & 1x Box of Bolts & Misc / 2 x Cast Iron Fireplaces /  Mazda RX-7 Rally Car Shell with Roll Cage / TR6 Front Wing & Seat Frame / MK1 Cortina Bodyshell, Bonnet, Bootlid, 2 x Doors & Window Surrounds / MGB Bonnet / Cleaning of Beams, Pulborough / Cleaning of Oak Beams & Posts, Chiddingfold /  Scrambler Frame & Swing Arm / 1 Wooden Swivel Chair & 2 Painted Chairs /  7no. MGTC Brake Drums & 1 Rear Wing /  Dodge Charger Bodyshell & Panels / 5 x Oak Floorboards /  Internal Fire Damage, High Wycombe / Porsche 356 Bodyshell, 2 Doors, 2 Bumpers, 2 Repair Panels / Ford Mustang Bodyshell, 2 Wings, Door, Front Grill Part, 2 Headlight Bezels, front Scuttle, Front Valnce, Rear Valance, Bootlid, 8 Hinges & Seat Pan/  4 Metal Filing Cabinets / MK1 Escort / Aluminium H Sign / Aluminium Bicycle Frame & Forks/ 4 x Chrome Wheels / 2 Aluminium Rocker Covers / 2 Bombs, 2 Tail Fins, Gearbox Casing & Parts, Brake Drums / 18" Alloy Wheel /  10 Cast Iron Fireplaces, 2 Cast Iron Minor Surrounds / Triumph Boneville Motorcycle Frame / Magenesium Williams Oil Tank, Magnesium Rear & Side Cover / Oak Table & Round Oak Swivel Table / Mock Jacobean Small Table, 16 x Metal Light Fittings & 4 x Candelabra Light Fittings / Stain Removal from Brickwork & Patio, Cottage, Reigate / A usten Healey 3000 BJ8 Chassis / 2 Manhole Covers /  Aluminium Gearbox from Renault R8 / Bristol 403 / Cast Iron Fireplace / Large Oak Table / Maserati3500 GT Aluminium Bodyshell on Steel Frame with Panels / Citreon DS Wings / Cast Iron Surround / Cleaning of Walls, Thatched House Farm, Cranleigh / Triumph Stag Bonnet & Bootlid / Benelli Motorcycle parts- Frame, 2 x Wire Wheels, Triple Clamp, Luggage Rack, 4 Damper Assemblies / Ceiling Light Fittings / VW Bodyshell & Panels / Mercedez 220 Ponton Bodyshell / Aluminium MGB Bonnet / Skirting Boards / 3 Box Sections, 4 Square Frames / Land Rover Fan Housing / 2 Pressure Vessels / 2 Brake Lines / Bugatti Tail Section / Beams in Cottage in Shamley Green / Ferrari 250 PF Coupe / Suzuki Motorbike Frame / Porsche 911 Bodyshell / Garden Bench & Arch / MG Wing / Old Railway Lamp / Aluminium V8 Land Rover Engine Block / Petrol Tank / 5 Steel Wheels / 25 Lambretta Scooter Parts / 14 Land Rover Parts / 24 Stainless Steel Workstations / Jaguar E-Type Rear Tub / 3 Messerschmidt Panels / Morris Minor Bodyshell & Panels / Ferrari Bonnet / Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider Bodyshell and Panels / Renault Alpine Panels / Manifold / Model Train Chassis, Axles and Shaft / Leyland Truck Wings & Panels / 1930s Alfa Romeo Axles, Drums, Plates and Arms / Land Rover Snorkel / Cast Iron Urn / 2 Headlight Cowls / Aluminium cover Panel and Strips / Fuel Tank / Fiat 500 Bodyshell & Panels / Motorcycle Frame & Tank / Cast Iron Window Grills and Shelf Supports / Interior of Fire Damaged house in High Wycombe / Porsche 356 Bodyshell / Bentley Derby Rear End / Bus Hand Rails / Bond Bug Fibreglass Bodyshell and Chassis / 5 Large Stainelss Steel Units and Frames / 11 Tubular Stainless Steel Units / Suzuki Hayabusa Fairings / 57 Oak Panels / 4 Steel Wheels / VW Camper Panels / Porsche 911 Panels / Mini subframe / Antique Metal Cabinets and Drawers / Steel Shelf Racking / MG TC Front Wings / Scooter Leg Shields and Panels / Beams & Brickwork in a house in Borden Wood / Land Rover Bonnet / Sculpture Stands / Beams in a Farm Granary in Crockham Hill, Kent / Plastic Bumper / E-Type Jaguar Bodyshell, Panels and Parts / Beams in a Cottage in Fernhurst / 2 Oak Tables / Mahogany Display Cabinet, 2 Oak Veneered Sidetables, 2 Round Oak Tables, Oak Veneered Chest of Drawers, Solid Oak Chest of Drawers





Variety of natural tree roots for coffee table bases / Ferrari 250 GT SWB / Aircraft Crankshaft for an aviation museum / Jim Clark's Formula II World Championship Lotus / Amphicar parts / Paper Weighing Scale / 1950s aluminium aircraft parts / Large Quantity of Oak Beams / Copper Lantern/Cast Iron Guttering and Window Frames / E-Type Jaguar Bodyshell & all panels / Internal & External brickwork, National Trust, Slindon / Miniature Glasshouse / Lancia Panels / BMW Subframe / AC Ace Bodyshell / Pedal Car Bodyshell parts / Ford Mustang Bodyshell / Lancia Aurelia Bodyshell / Chrysler Camper parts / BMW 2002 Parts / Leyland Bus Roof Dome / Scooter Engine Casings / Boat Outdrive parts - alloy / Hillman Imp complete / Large Antique Oak Table / Internal Beams & Panelling Grade II Listed Building / Internal Oak Staircase, Balustrades, Handrails over 4 floors / Lotus Chassis Tub and Cast Iron Casings / Metal Coat of Arms / Motorcycle cylinder head and engine cases / Maserati spoked wheels / Beams and Floors in 17c Cottage, Pulborough / Potato Weigh Scale + Railway Cleave / Twin Cylinder Block / Landrover Rollcage / Cast Iron fireplace / Austin 7 complete / Teak Garden Furniture / New Trusses in Listed Farmhouse, Alfold / Aluminium Boat Parts / Landrover Wheels / Beams in Cottage, Hascombe / Aluminium Gearbox Parts / Bentley Front Wing / Alloy Wheels / Truck Wings/Beams in House, Haywards Heath / Aluminium Garden Chairs / Lorry Parts / Internal Walls, Crawley Down / Ferrari Parts (33)/TR4 Parts/Motorcycle Swing Arm, Yokes + Footrests / Landrover Bulkhead / 1931 Buick Limo Panels / Farmhouse Beams, Fernhurst / Aluminium Aircraft Door + Bomb Fins / Antique Chest of Drawers + Mirrors / Mini Van Shell / Truck Wings /  Wire Wheels (5) / Wheel Flanges & Snap Rings / Aluminium Number Plate / Lotus Elise Parts / Large Oak Antique Table / Maserati Bora Bodyshell & Doors / Bicycle Mudguards / Yamaha FS Fuel Tank / External Walls, Seaford / Door Pillars, Fernhurst / Mini Bodyshell & all parts / Glasshouse parts /  Aluminium Moulds /  Stainless Steel Weighing Machines (81 and counting) / Steel chassis / Aluminium Crankcase / Magnesium Alloy Wheels (4) / Pump Components / Cast Iron Umbrella Stand / MGA Bodyshell / Hardwood Cabinet  Antique Fire Stand / Beams in Horsham house / Pedal Car Body, Bonnet & Bootlid / Green Oak Trusses in new Chichester house / Motorcycle Headset / Dining Chairs & Carvers (13) / MGA Chassis, Rear Axle / Lancia Fulvia Bodyshell & all parts / MGTF Seat Pans / Norton motorbike parts / Jaguar engine Block / Ornate Oak Tables / MGB Wing / MGA Bodyshell, Bonnet & Bootlid / Leaf Springs, M/C Engine, Shock Absorbers, Springs / Jaguar XK Bodyshell & all Parts / Internal Basemant Walls, Porsche Engine Fan / 3 Part Exhaust System / Exhaust Manifolds (4) / Ford Escort Mk II Bodyshell and all parts / Stainless Steel Urinal Troughs / Triumph Tiger Cub Parts / Aston Martin DB4 Bodyshell & all parts / Volvo Bonnet, Bootlid, Wings, Doors, 2 Piece Bonnet / E-Type Doors & Parts / V8 Manifold / Beams in Cottage, Midhurst / Beams in Grade II Listed Farmhouse / Wings, Running Boards, Butterfly Bonnet / Model Locomotive Parts / Triumph Herald Bodyshell & Chassis / Cast Iron Gate & Boot Scraper / Motorcycle Frame, Swing Arm / MG Midget complete / Lambretta Moped Frame / Maserati Rear Bumper / Triumph Sub Frame / Renault Aluminium Gearboxes (2) / Pine Doors (8) / Ferrari Coupe Bodyshell, Doors & Bonnet / New Wardrobe Panels / Cast Iron Radiators (132 and counting) / Triumph Tiger Cub Parts / Vespa Frame / 15" Steel Wheels (4)  /  Oak Bench (2),   Motorcycle Oil Cooler / Ferrari Dino Door Frames / Wheel Rims (2) / Motorcycle Frame & Mudguards / Lotus Cortina Panels(5) / Oak Skirting Boards(15) / Beams in Farmhouse, Nutbourne / Cow Kennels in Plasitow / Beams in house, Fernhurst / Magnesium Alloy Wheels (4) / Elm Bench Top/Rollcage & Engine Cover / 1932 Ford Sedan Bodyshell / Triumph Motorcycle Frame / Bentley Wings (4) /  Wolseley Panels/Motorcycle Parts (11) / Landrover Bulkhead / Ford Mustang Bodyshell / Triumph TR5 Bodyshell & all parts / Sidecar Chassis / Aston Martin Doors, Bonnet & Bootlid / Artwork from playground wall, haywards Heath / Datsun Doors / Harley Davidshon Cylinder Heads / Gearbox Parts / Large Wire Wheels (5) / Porsche 356 Bodyshell and all parts / Steel Bicycle frame / 4 Wheels / Old Petrol Pump / Triumph TR5 / Cast Iron Window Frames / Austin 7 Chassis & wire Wheels / Elm Tree Root / MGB Bonnet / 4 Alloy Wheels / Old Cast Iron Railway Sign / Engine Casting / 2 Carburretors / Bicycle Frame & Fork /  Oak Carver Chairs x 2, Dining Chairs x 14, Chest of Drawers / Steel Beams / Dodge Challenger Bodyshell & all parts / Truck Chassis / Chassis Radiator Support, Prop Shaft, Cross Member / VW Kharmann Ghia Bodyshell, Bonnet, Boot & Doors / 1937 Buick Wings / Mustang Bonnet, Boot & Valance / External Stone Wall of Country House, Woolbeeding / New Green Oak Structure, Wisborough Green / Austin Healey / Land Rover Discovery Bodyshell / 7 x Oak Beams / BMW Bodyshell / 2 x Alloy Wheels / Steel Bicycle Fork / Cylinder Head / Beams of Old Cottage, Cranleigh / Vespa Body / Cast Iron Glasshouse Bars & Guttering / Ford Model A Bodyshell / TR4 Bodyshell / 2 Oak Joists /  Pair of Large Farm Gates / Land Rover Bulkhead / Beams of Barn, Pulborough / Jowett Javelin Door Frame / Mini Bodyshell / 1 Pine & 1 Oak Door / Bike Frame & Fork / Ford Escort Bodyshell / Isetta Bodyshell & Engine Cover / Green Oak Structure, Oxford / MGTD Bodyshell, Chassis & all Panels / 10 Pump Components / Cast Iron Balustrades /  Isetta Parts / Cast Iron Fireplace / Alfa Romeo Spyder Bodyshell & Panels / Oak Garden Bench / 5 x Austin Healey Panels / Chromed Bike Parts / Brickwork, Odiham, Hants / Garden Bench / Land Rover Bulkhead / Stainless Steel Strips / Aston martin Grill / Manifold & Alloy Water Pipe / Mini Cooper Bodyshell & Panels / Aluminium Land Rover Panels / Cast Iron Fire Surround / Goodwood Race Track / Ferrari Open 50's Aluminium Bodyshell, Steel Chassis & all Aluminium parts / Large Quanity of Floor Panels / AC Cobra Bodyshell & Panels / Motorcycle Petrol Tanks / Headlight Cowls / Sunbeam Alpine / External Elevations, Ardingly College, Haywards Heath / Yew Tree Roots / Raeburn Burner / Aluminium Engine Case / Beams & Brickwork, The Crown, Midhurst / Motorbike Engine / TAble Tops / Lancia Fulvia Bodyshell & Panels / Garden Bench / Porsche 911 Bodyshell & Panels / Aluminium Petrol Tank / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Panels / 34 x Oak Frames / Cleaning of Beams & Handrails / Aluminium Engine Parts / 2 x Manifolds / 9 x Oak Doors, 3 x Spindle Chair Backs / Large Table & Drawers / Norfolk Bonnet / MGTD Hood Cover & Side Screen Parts / Heavy Plant Machinery / Porsche 912 Bodyshell & Panels / Beams, Panelling & Doors, Manor House, Telscombe / Radiators /  Mazda Van parts / Car Ramp Parts / Stag Rocker Covers / BMW Rocker Box, 4 no Air Chambers / Various Bus Parts / ABS Plastic Motorcycle Parts / Beams, Ashington, Pulborough / Glass House Parts / Oak Benches / Barrel Arch Roof & Steel Beams / Radiators / Morris Minor Bodyshell & Panels / Cider Press / TVR Chassis / Cast Iron Fireback / Motorcycle Frame, Frame, Fork, Tank, Oil Tank, Chainshield / Green Oak Timbers, Farmhouse, Runcton / Radiator Parts / External Brickwork, Cranleigh / Manifold / Motorcycle Petrol Tank / E Type Back End / Cylinder Head ( Aluminium) / 4 x Land Rover Wheels / 12 x Small Half Split Rims / Tank / Porsche 356 Bodyshell, Roof Panel & Other Panels / Old Water Pump / Alfa Romeo Parts /  2 x Plastic Wheel Hubs / Cast Iron Bench Back & Sides / Petrol Tank / Engine Casing / Motorbike Fairings / Jowett Javellin Door Frame, Front Grill & Fan / Alfa 2000 Bonnet / Rover P 6 Wings & Sils & Front Scuttle / 4 x  MGTD Side Screens / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Panels / Mini Bodyshell & Battery Box / Large Quanity of Cast Iron Guttering, Brackets & Fixings / Finishing Frame / Wheel Hubs & Bearings / Scammel Scarb Cab, 2 x Wings, Engine Cover, Bonnet, 2 x Doors / Aluminium Wooden Framed Roof Panel / Porsche 911 Panels / E Type Roadster Bodyshell & Panels / Ford Cortina Bodyshell-  4x Doors & Bootlid / Large Oak Beam / 1 x Large Upright Stainless Steel Unit / Beams & Brickwork, Horse & Groom , Alresford / Door Panels / Steel Bar / Metal Desk & Drawers / Frazier Nash Chassis, Spare Wheel Carriage / Lancia Fulvia Shell & Panels / 1 x large Twin Stainless Steel Unit / Assorted Chassis Components / Alvis Bonnet - 4 Parts- Aluminium / Autovac Unit / Fiat Spyder Bodyshell & Panels / Stone Wall, Fittleworth / 5 x Steel Wheels / Internal Oak Frame & Trusses - Ardingly / Ford P100 Pick Up  Bodyshell & Panels / Large Green Oak Beam / Flywheel & 4 x Side Screen Frames / Various Metal Poles / Large Oak Beams / Singer Side Step / 8 x Long Pieces of Oak & 7 x Packs of Reclaimed Old Church Flooring / Roof Rafters / Porsche 356 Bodyshell & Panels / Beams, External Walls & Stonework, Farmhouse, Lurgashall / Oak Shelving / Alfa Romeo Parts / Amercian Aircraft Parts - Cylinder Head & Barrell Steel / Beam Axle / VW Beetle Bodyshell & Panels / Alfa Romeo Bonnet & Scuttle / Frazier Nash Radius Arms / Motorbike Frame, Fork & Bracket / Mercedes SL Shell & Panels /Beams & Fireplace, Cottage, Henfield / Ford Escort MK 1 Body Shell / Lancia Fulvia Bodyshell & Panels / Frog Eyed Sprite / Manifold / Motorcycle Frame, Swing Arm, Clutch, 2 Yolks , 2 Footrest Hangers, 2 Exhaust Pipes / Cleaning of green oak beams, Ardingly / Jaguar XK150 Front End, 2 Stoneguards, 2 Inner Sections /  Aluminium Rocker Cover / 1 x Zenith Carburettor / Karmann Ghia Bodyshell, 2 Doors, Bootlid, Steering Column / Small Toy Car / Porsche 911 Bootlid & 2 Doors / Alfa Romeo Petrol Tank / Metal Box / Toy Pedal Car /  Smoke Damaged Brickwork, Bolney / Jaguar E Type / Cylinder Head / Moped Frame / Metal Staircase Panels / Staircase Riser / Cast Iron Gate / 1 x Sideboard + 3 x Drawers, 1 x Table and 1 x Drawer /  Beams, Cottage in Henfield / 2 Ford Pop Fenders / Various Triumph, Land Rover &  Honda Parts & 1 Anodised Wheel / BBQ Pan / Cast Iron Door Knocker / 4 x Brake Drums / Cement Mixer / Pine table / 2 Stroke Exhaust System- 3 Parts / Land Rover Bulkhead / Porsche Bootlid / Mercedes Pagoda Bodyshell / Cast Iron Fireplace / BMW Motorcycle Engine / Oak Table Top & 3 x Wooden Chairs / Glass Cabinet Door Frame, Decorative Mirror Frame, Round Table / 2 x Oak & Elm Cabinets, 2 x Sideboards / 3 Drawer Dresser Base/ Various Signs & Plates / 10 x Rugby Posts / 1 x Large Lamp Post Lantern Top / Oak Table & Brass Knocker / MK II Cortina Roof / Steel Wheel / A40 Front Wing, Valance, Grill Surround / Single Oak Beam / Two Pump Components / Aluminium Moulds x 2 / 2 x MGTB Bonnet Halves, 2 Fuel Cans, 2 Running Boards, Luggage Rack, Fuel Tank Bottom / Austin J40 Pedal CAr, Bonnet, Boot, 4 Wheels, 2 Pedal Rods/  Porsche 917 Aluminum Space Frame / Exhaust / Alfa Romeo Spider Bodyshell and Parts / 12 Land Rover Panels / 5 Antique Chairs and 2 Carvers / 10 Stainless Steel Hand Rails / Honda 50 Frame and 14 Parts / 10 Stainless Steel Workstations and Baskets and 20 Chutes / 121 sq m Oak Floorboards / Oak Doors / 24 Lengths Oak Board



Floor Grates /  Wings (4) / Manifolds (2) / Porsche Fan / External Walls of Grade 1 Listed Manor House nr Dorking / External Walls of pub in Abinger Common / MGA Bodyshell /  Mini Bodyshell, Bootlid, Bonnet & Doors / Theatre Lighting Units (12) / Lotus 32 Climax Monocoque Chassis / Magnesium Wheels (8) / MGA Midget Panels / Ford Popular Panels / V8 Engine Blocks (2) / Stone Walls of building in Godalming / Staircase & beams listed pub in Bishops Waltham / Steel Shuttering / Aluminium Bicycle Frame / Large Truck Panels / Antique Chairs (6) / Garden Table & Chairs.

The list goes on....What would you like to have cleaned?