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Removing Oxidation/ Polishing Aluminum

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Christopher Parrish

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Does anyone have any recommendations for removing oxidation and restoring the luster to aluminum. Currently I am using Eagle One wadding compound to polish the boat, and it does leave a nice shine, but it takes and excessive amount of time and effort. Is there a better way? Thanks,



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Do a search and you may come up with some info... ALSO, Check out www.sharkhide.com interesting product.. I have used a similar cleaner like the one describe called "toon Brite" Haven't heard from anyone about the sealer/ again pictured at the website mentioned
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Chris, 3M makes an aluminum polish that works quite well. You will find it in most marine supply stores.



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Chris, 3M makes an aluminum polish that works quite well. You will find it in most marine supply stores.



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I fish a clear water lake and prefer to leave the lower side of the hull slightly to partly stained to nullify the reflection than may spook fish. But that's just my opinion... I do however keep the rest of my boat spotless.. unless you consider beer bottles and parrot feathers a mess...



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I painted a school of minnows and crawfish on the bottom of my boat.. really attracts the fish. I just reach in and grab them..... Just Kiddin.........lol
 

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