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    Default Cleaning stainless?

    What do you guys use?Have used Purple Power and pressure washer with decent results,any other?

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    I will talk to my neighbor he fabs alot of stainless tanks and tables. He has a spray he uses and looks new when done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackasmollases View Post
    I will talk to my neighbor he fabs alot of stainless tanks and tables. He has a spray he uses and looks new when done.
    Thanks!Thats very nice of you. Jim

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    Not to highjack the thread but i was wondering the same thing but aluminum road grime is dulling the finish it looks like
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinS View Post
    Not to highjack the thread but i was wondering the same thing but aluminum road grime is dulling the finish it looks like
    Did a search Justin,lots of good stuff.....type in cleaning stainless steel, Jim

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    Metalwax.com, stainless and aluminum cleaner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jd6400 View Post
    Thanks!Thats very nice of you. Jim
    I did not get ahold of him today. Will call him tomorrow and post what he uses and also pm it to you. Sundays not a good day to get ahold of him.
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    WD 40 works very well to clean stainless and give it a shine

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinS View Post
    Not to highjack the thread but i was wondering the same thing but aluminum road grime is dulling the finish it looks like
    Going by memory here but I think my dad used the citric acid to clean his fuel tanks on the semi. A little less aggressive.than some of the other products. But still go over it with a polish when done to retain the shine. Assuming you are talking aluminum.
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