How to fix oxidised aluminium on your car

Aluminium trims and parts are a feature on your car. Chrome and aluminium are a popular trim that highlights and accentuates your paintwork and car curves.

However, when your aluminium trims and wheels start to look dull, whitened or hazed you might find yourself at a loss as to how to fix them, when conventional car shampoo will not budge these stains.

Luckily there is a way to restore the shine to your aluminium and chrome car accents

How to fix whitened aluminium

Bringing back the gleaming shine on your car’s aluminium surfaces is easy with AutoSmart Purple Stuff. You will find that this method is helpful in removing oxidation, light scratches and water stains on polished alloy bullbars, front grill, polished side mirrors and more. This metal polish also contains a protective natural wax that leaves a lasting shine between polishes.
The end result? a bright mirror-like shine on your metal surfaces. You should be seeing your reflection as you gaze very proudly at your polished alloy surfaces.

Things Needed?

Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1

Wash surfaces to remove dirt and debris.

Step 2

Shake the bottle well. Apply a small amount to a clean lint-free cloth

Step 3

Rub the cloth into the problem area. Working in a circular motion until you have achieved the desired effect

Step 4

Buff off residue with a clean microfibre cloth

Preventing staining on your aluminium and chrome finishes

Much of the white oxidation that appears on shiny car surfaces such as alloy bullbars can be prevented by using the right cleaning products. Using a pH neutral car cleaner is the first defense against corrosion – and the second is to apply a sealant to keep it shinier between polishes. We recommend AutoSmart Purple Stuff

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