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Aluma Kleen - Aluminum Cleaner (M001)

4.71 stars, based on 41 reviews
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Wichita, KS

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I have used approximately two gallons of the BIOKLEEN aluminum cleaner over the past three years cleaning 12-14' aluminum boats. To me this is easiest, safest and best cleaning product I've found.

mi

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<p>All of your products that I have used have been great.Easy to use,does the job,no fumes or burns,completely satisfied.I am looking forward to trying the snowmobile cleaner this year to see what it does</p>

Michigan

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I have never used an aluminum cleaner that worked as advertised until I cleaned my aluminum dock with Aluma Kleen. Half of my dock was submerged for about 3 weeks and became very stained. One application of Aluma Kleen later , with a little brushing , and the stained portion of the dock looked as bright as the unstained area. No streaks either. Great product.

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Used this product on aluminum trays for Christmas,worked great now to try it on car parts!

Illinois

2nd Step for Pontoon Cleaning

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  • Easy%20on%20-%20easy%20off%20-%20apply%20wipe%20go.
  • Extremely%20clean%20toons%20look%20great
  • easier%20than%201st%20step%20of%20cleaning.
  • will%20do%20this%20on%20a%20yearly%20basis.
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  • Did%20not%20remove%20hardened%20black%20calcium
Please see my review of the hull cleaner for the 1st step of cleaning the pontoons. I finished today 10/8/2014 with the applications. The product did not remove the hardened black calcified deposit as I thought it would. I did not understand the "foaming" part until I saw the oxidized materials being pulled out of the aluminum. I though that what I was originally was looking at was residual white scum until I began the agitation. Then like magic, any residual oxidized striations left behind from 1st step were gone. This was very noticeable at the ladder where I could not get the amount of agitation I wanted behind the mount. The toons were rinsed with a garden hose - no need for the pressure washer. The product left the toons shiny - as a matter of fact, all the welds look new. The toons are so clean that any little water drip left a mark. Chasing the drips was a pain but once dry, they look great. Wish I could upload a couple of pics. In the spring I will polish but right now when the sun reflects off the aluminum it actually makes you squint. The total process took 18hrs - again, it is what one is looking for for the finished product. The toons had 2 years of build up on them as well. I'm suspecting next year and some of the lessons learned on the 1st step review it may not be as long as a process. With that said, I'm glad I did them and not go another year. One more point, I kept the entire surface wet with the cleaner as in the 1st step. Will do this on a yearly basis unless someone develops a product that inhibits growth. The only reason why I'm giving this a 4 is because it did not remove the hardened black calcified material. I will hit these areas hard next year on the 1st step.

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