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Marine Aluminum Brightener

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Marine Aluminum Brightener (09 MAB)

Clean, brighten, and strip stains from aluminum and fiberglass using this cleaner and brightener. Marine Aluminum Brightener is a blend of hydrofluoric acid, phosphoric acid, and stable wetting agents. Apply to surface with microfiber cloth or scrubbing brush. Personal Protective Equipment is required.

Marine Aluminum Brightener is best used as a heavy-duty or restorative cleaner. Applications include boat hulls, aluminum trailer bodies, and other similar aluminum or fiberglass surfaces.

For the highly concentrated version of this product, click here: Power Bright Aluminum Brightener

*This product is classified as a Hazardous Material, and additional shipping fees may be applied*

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. This product also contains phosphoric acid; created by heating phosphonic acid, a colorless to pale-yellow deliquescent crystalline solid. Phosphonic acid is dibasic and has moderate reducing properties.

Marine Aluminum Brightener is a ready-to-use rust converter. It has been premixed in exacting proportions during manufacturing, so you never have to measure or mix, or risk using a solution that's too strong to be safe or too weak to be effective. Ready-to-use products allow you to use the exact amount you need, thereby minimizing waste.

Phosphate free

Availability:
4/1 gal (case)

Manufacturer: Snee Chemical Company
Model#: 09 MAB
Shipping Weight: 40lbs (case)

Material Safety Data Sheets available after purchasing.
  • Model: 09 MAB
  • FLS






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