Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Nashville, IL
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We've used aluma brite on our aluminum dump trailer. If you dont do it right, it will really make it look nasty. Our one trailer looks like it has salt spray on it all the time, because the hired guy messed up when using the alumabrite.
Muriatic Acid works really well, but you have to dilute it. In pure strength, it will eat the aluminum pretty quick. Ive used it in engines where Ive had pistons melted to the cylinder walls. The acid eats it away pretty quick. I would dilute it to 25% acid to 75% water to try it first. IF you need it stronger, mix it up a little stronger. Also, I wouldnt spray it on, as it could streak. I would use a rag, but thats me. You can get muriatic acid at the hardware store. Thats where I get mine from. Its like $8-10 a gallon.
2001 FORD F-550 4x4 Crew Cab Cummins project truck.
2006 FORD F-350 6.0 auto Service Truck 4" exhaust, SCT tuned. 250 gallon fuel, Welder, air compressor, and all necessary tools to keep a 5k acre farm and construction company up and running -going back to a flatbed
2004 Ford F-550 6.0, zf-6, 11' Knapheide utility bed. NEW SERVICE TRUCK
2015 RAM 3500 CC SRW, 5" tbe, EFI live. Some other goodies thrown in the mix