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Power Bright Aluminum Brightener, 5 gal Pail

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Product Description

Power Bright Aluminum Brightener, 5 gallon pail (06 AB)

We CAN NOT ship this product to California

Clean, brighten, and strip stains from aluminum and fiberglass using this hydrofluoric acid. Aluminum Brightener is a concentrated blend of specifically selected acids and stable wetting agents. Apply to hard surfaces with microfiber cloth or scrubbing brush.

**This product is hazardous material and Personal Protective Equipment is required.**

Hydrofluoric acid is a solution of hydrogen fluoride and water. Hydrogen fluoride is a colorless liquid that can be made by the action of sulphuric acid on calcium fluoride. It is an extremely corrosive fluorinating agent which attacks glass. Fluoride is a halogen and a good oxidizing agent, reacting with metal to create ionic halide salts.

Aluminum Brightener is best used as a heavy-duty or restorative cleaner. Applications include industrial equipment, fan blades, fiberglass bleachers, and similar hard surfaces.

Phosphate free.

For a more diluted, ready-to-use version of this product click here: Marine Aluminum Brightener

This item is classified as a Hazardous Material. Additional shipping fees will apply.

Specs:
pH: <1
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.09
COLOR: Clear
ODOR: Acid

Dilution amounts vary as follows:
40:1 Light Duty
25:1 Medium Duty
15:1 Heavy Duty

Availability:
4/1 gal (case)
5 gal pail
30 gal drum (add 3-5 days)
55 gal drum (add 3-5 days)
1 pallet of 36 (qty), 4/1 gal. cases (3-5 day additional handling time)

MSDS sheet available after purchase.
  • Model: 06 AB - 5
  • FLS





Power Bright Aluminum Brightener, 5 gal Pail

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