In dry grinding of hard carbon parts, the grinding performance of wheel is remarkably lost by carbon chips loading on wheel surface. The deterioration in grinding performance of wheel affects the grinding accuracy and efficiency. Generally, the grinding performance of loading wheel recovers by dressing. However, the dressing is not suitable from a viewpoint of the wheel life and the production cost because many abrasive grains having sharp edges under loading carbon chips on wheel surfaces are lost by dressing. In this study, we propose the application of dry ice blasting as a removal method of loading carbon chips. The dry ice is little influence on the working environment because of the quick sublimation of dry ice particles to carbon dioxide. In addition, the dry ice blasting might be suitable for the chip removal method because the dry ice doesn't remain on wheel surfaces after blasting without the damage of wheel surfaces. The dry ice blasting tests of resinoid bond diamond wheel surface with no grinding performance by loading carbon chips are carried out, and the effects of dry ice blasting on removal of loading carbon chips are investigated, analyzing the protrusion height of abrasive grains, the impact pressure in the dry ice blasting and so on.