What removes aluminum marks from glass?


#1

Whether its from the aluminum rinse bar, an aluminum squeegee channel, ring or something else

what does actually remove those gray lines from the glass?


#2

Though I’ve never tried it, I’ve read Bar Keeper’s Friend will do the trick


#3

I can’t remember for sure but I thought I remembered reading her once that stove cook top polish would work. I’ll have to look for the old thread I think I marked it.


#4

BK’s fried will work and its a good scrub work out, not a wipe
and go.


#5

I think Mathew is right you can try it…


#6

Then a faster/easier option might just be cerium oxide with a buffer?

Though I’m thinking the oxalic acid in BKF may aid in the removal of the aluminum marks :thinking:


#7

Cerium, optical silica, zirconium oxide, diamond compound, boron nitride compound, etc. Maybe even my SRC pad. It is an easy fix.

Henry

Pads are currently experimental. I have done up some crack and peal 3 inch pads for beta testers. Just ordered a bunch of 5 and 6 inch velcro backed felt bases for the slow release formula.