M-Shine is one of our star players here at Chem-X. M-Shine is the premier mirror polished aluminum cleaner on the market today. M-Shine cleans out the aluminum and removes oxidation while restoring the reflectiveness of the polished aluminum. If used on a regular basis it will greatly increase the lifespan of your polished aluminum, resulting in less time and money spent on polishing and more time spent on whatever you like!
BEFORE WASHING - Do not wash in direct sunlight. When washing polished aluminum, make sure all aluminum is cool to the touch, including fuel tanks. Do not let soap dry on vehicle surface.POWER WASHER
1. Pour concentrated M-Shine into foamer until 1/4 of the way full, top off with water.
2. Adjust metering knob to the minimum setting.
3. Foam onto vehicle, brush surface and rinse thoroughly. Adjust strength as necessary.
1. Start at 100:1 with water in a bucket, adjust strength as necessary. For very heavy oxidation apply M-Shine undiluted.
2. Apply with brush and rinse thoroughly.
*Remember to always wear your PPE (personal protective equipment)
I have yet to have it make anything on a polished aluminum horse trailer and have tried on many different surfaces from flat aluminum to diamond plate. The only thing it has worked on is the rims. I don't usually detail trucks but on occasion my customer wants their truck and trailer done.
Thank you for the feedback Keith keep us posted as you use it more I'm curious to see how it will do for you over time!
Works great doesn’t harm wheel and our drivers love their trucks clean!!
Thank you Ricky I appreciate you guys! ❌
I would definitely recommend these products, they work really well
Awesome thank you for that I appreciate it!
I think the product has its place just like any other aluminum cleaner. For me, working on an aluminum horse trailer it doesn't do the job. I've tried it on multiple aluminum surfaces and it's not as good as the acid wash I use. I will be using it on other polished aluminum projects where I'm sure it will save me time so it's all good. I'm still looking for something to clean these old aluminum trailers. The picture shows the area I ended up using an acid wash I use and some good old fashioned scrubbing. The flat panels I do not scrub with a scrub pad because you can see the scrub lines.
M-shine won't do very much on dull aluminum it's really only intended to clean oxidation off polished aluminum, I think for what your describing in your situation more of a highly diluted aluminum brighter is definetely a better fit.