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    Aluminum Trailer Care

    Just picked up a used triton aluminum trailer and I would like to polish/clean up stains and oxidation. I know that a wide variety of cleaners are available on the market but want some feedback on others who have had great success with products in the past.


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    NAPA makes a product called "Aluminum Brightner". The stuff is amazing. Spray it on and leave it for about 5 minutes and your trailer will look like new. It doesn't hurt the decals either

    i usually do my trailer once or twice a year with it. This stuff works amazing

    http://www.napaonline.com/Search/Det...458_0075100080


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    Quote Originally Posted by fenn View Post
    NAPA makes a product called "Aluminum Brightner". The stuff is amazing. Spray it on and leave it for about 5 minutes and your trailer will look like new. It doesn't hurt the decals either

    i usually do my trailer once or twice a year with it. This stuff works amazing

    http://www.napaonline.com/Search/Det...458_0075100080


    +1 Fenn got me into the same stuff and I use a real fine steal wool to shine it up.. works amazing!!!

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    i did use steel wool the first time but I'm quite lazy so now i just spray it on and hose

    the stuff has a nasty smell and is probably bad for you. Wear a set of gloves and i wouldn't do it inside your garage with the windows closed

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    Thanks for the tips, I had a new axle put on so when I get it back tomorrow it's going to get the treatment

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    Wow that stuff worked great looks like a brand new trailer thanks

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    You Bet!! amazing stuff. I usually do it once or twice a year, it keeps it looking great!

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    This stuff is Amazing. Use it on aluminum and it works wonders .

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