Baking soda, lemon or ash are just some of the methods to return to shine your aluminum objects. Not all objects are equal, and several are also methods to clean them. To get them back all the natural splendor and you need some specific treatments: here are some advise for a woman how to clean aluminum.
You need these tools:
- Abrasive sponges
- Emery cloth
- Soap for laundry
- Lemon juice
- Baking soda
- White wine vinegar
- Electric drill
- Abrasive discs and plush for drill.
How to clean the aluminum frames
To clean facilities as the fixtures, treatment should be done with a bath of soapy water to degrease the surface. Only after you can rub with an abrasive sponge soaked in hydrogen peroxide and finish polishing with superfine grit emery cloth. If you want the brushing can also be done with an electric drill on which were mounted discs of emery cloth.
To prevent the surfaces of fixtures turning black you can sprinkle of paint with a brush or compressed air spray gun (read here for other tips on how to clean windows).
How to clean pots and pans in aluminum
For cleaning aluminum pots and pans and the process is easier. Using baking soda, an abrasive sponge and hot water mixed with some parts of white wine vinegar. After you rubbed with the same sponge to clean the pot or pan with water and vinegar. If the problem is the Interior of the Pan fills up the pot with water and boil, for about fifteen minutes, of pure bleach and then rinse with very hot water and wash with dishwashing liquid.
The pots are not all aluminum, check out our tips on how to clean the steel and copper.
Other useful tips
Baking soda is great for cleaning of aluminum. In fact, dissolved in a bowl with hot water, gives a solution to use on the object to be cleaned to an antioxidant effect.
Aluminum can be cleaned even with ash, an old method used by grandmothers. Just mix it with linseed oil and pass all this with a soft cloth, on the surface, they will return to shine.
Never forget: If you use water or lacquered aluminum lemon or vinegar, no buff with cloth and abrasive papers.