How does one remove oxidation from aluminum siding?


To remove oxidation from aluminum siding, begin by cleaning the surface of the aluminum siding. Mixi 1/3 cup of laundry soap with 6 gallons of water and apply to the stains, scrubbing them with a soft-bristled brush. Then mix baking soda and dish soap to form a paste, put that mix on the stains, rubbing in the mix with a damp rag. Rinse the surface well, then apply a scouring powder on the stains with a wet sponge and keep rubbing the surface until the stains disappear.
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Trouble with aluminium is that it will oxidize quickly in normal atmosphere, so it won't really stay oxide free very long. But as far as removing the oxide there are several options
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How to Remove Oxidation From Aluminum Siding
Aluminum siding is a good kind of siding to have. It resists damage from water and weather, lasts a long time, and looks great if you clean it regularly. Sometimes, though, stains develop that are hard to remove.... More »
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