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DRYCE® Nation


Find A Dry Ice Cleaner

Are you looking for a provider to Dry Ice Clean your collector or exotic car?  DRYCE®Nation has providers across the US, Canada and beyond. Our members have access to the best techniques, training and equipment to ensure the best outcome for your project

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Start a Business

Dry Ice Cleaning has captured the automotive scene and DRYCE® is the only comprehensive Automotive Dry Ice Cleaning community on the planet. If you want to start a Dry Ice Cleaning business, we have all the answers to all your questions, from what machines and equipment to training and techniques. But beyond that, what sets DRYCE® apart is a community of members that can help answer the most basic of business questions, like how to start an LLC, to renting a facility or what accounting software to use.

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Buy A Machine

Power and Control is the key attribute necessary for the right Dry Ice Cleaning machine. At DRYCE®, we have partnered with ICS to deliver a line of Dry Ice Blasters that have control with simplicity and robustness necessary for the automotive market.

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How it Works

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The impact of Dry Ice particles removes contamination from the surface

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There is a rapid freeze and thaw of the both the particle and the surface which pops the contamination off.

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Dry Ice expands over 800 times when it hits the surface   and sublimates removing contaminants on contact

DRYCE® cleaning, also known as Dry Ice Blasting, leverages 3 principles; Kinetic Energy, Thermal Shock and Rapid Expansion to safely remove dirt and contaminants from the complicated surfaces of exotic and collector cars.  An environmentally safe process, the contaminants simply fall the ground and are swept up to be properly disposed of instead of running down the drain in water based cleaning methods.The power of our systems, technology and attributes of Dry Ice combine to create the most efficient method of cleaning.  Safe on all surfaces, from metal, paint, plastic and rubber, no disassembly is required to clean and restore exotic and antique machines.


Why Haven't I Heard About This Before Now?

While many in the dry ice blasting business have come before us, until we further refined the process and methods beginning May of 2019, it simply wasn’t effective enough for most discerning vehicle owners.

Where Does All Of The Dirt Go After Cleaning?

In the air and eventually on every horizontal surface surrounding the work! Including the floor of course.

Is Dry Ice Cleaning Safe?

Yes, our process of Dry Ice Cleaning is safe on many surfaces and environmentally friendly.  The materials we clean off drop to the floor and can be swept up and disposed of properly.

How Much Does Dry Ice Cleaning Cost?

While each project and car are different and providers set their own pricing, in general, under car cleaning starts at $2,000.  Most of our cleaners work on an hourly rate and can work with you on your project goals and budget.

What Equipment is Needed to Dry Ice Clean?

Generally, you will need a dry ice blasting machine, high performance compressed air system, compressed air dryer, vehicle lift and various light mechanical tools to remove wheels, panels and other simple parts of cars.

What is DRYCE®?
  • DRYCE® (www.drycenation.com) is a community formed to facilitate entrepreneurs who wish to startup automotive dry ice businesses
  • DRYCE® is not a franchise, it’s a community where members contribute both funding and time to pool knowledge and resources to ensure new dry ice cleaning businesses are effective and successful
  • We collectively advertise to bring information to the publicabout dry ice and feature our members are fully trained and knowledgeable aboutproper dry ice cleaning techniques
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