AL 01710

Flitz Metal Pre-Clean - All Metals Including Stainless Steel - Gallon Refill

Flitz Metal Pre-Clean - All Metals Including Stainless Steel - Gallon Refill
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Metal Pre-Clean - All Metals Icluding Stainless Steel - Gallon Refill

Aluminum isn't just tough to say, it's tough to clean too. Make the job easy with this corrosion killing organic formula. One spray then polish away with Aluminum Pre-Clean!

Organic Salt formula. Non-flammable. Safer than traditional acids. Instantly removes heavily-encrusted corrosion, rust, calcium, lime, tarnish, grease, oil & water stains. Unmatched for its performance on aluminum (will not dull or haze aluminum), it is also safe for use on painted & fiberglass surfaces. Dot Classifications: Non Regulated.

Safe On:
  • Glass
  • Aluminum
  • Fiberglass
  • Stainless Steel
  • Painted & Enamel finishes
  • Tile
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Acrylics
  • Plastic


Perfect for Use On:
  • Fuel Tanks
  • Mag Wheels
  • Alcoa Wheels
  • Diamond Plate
  • Framing
  • Step Plate
  • Engine Parts
  • Rusted Steel
  • Car Wash Bays and Walls
  • Snowmobile Tunnels
  • Fiberglass Boats
  • Outboard Engines
  • Outdrives
  • Water-Stained Windows
  • Concrete Equipment & Trucks


Not For: Chrome, marble, some granite, Jura, Travertine or Terrazzo
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