How to Protect Aluminum From Fading, Oxidation and Corrosion
Restore the Color and Luster of Faded, Anodized or Painted Aluminum
Aluminum oxidizes, fades and corrodes. You can restore oxidized aluminum surfaces look new and stay looking new. Everbrite Coatings are used to restore bare aluminum, anodized aluminum and painted aluminum to look new and protect it from fading, oxidation and corrosion.
Oxidized aluminum, painted aluminum, powder-coated aluminum, anodized aluminum or bare aluminum can all be restored and protected with Everbrite Coatings. Our coatings are easy to apply, scratch-resistant and clear, to make your surface look and stay new-looking.
For architectural , painted or anodized aluminum, use Everbrite Coating.
For automotive, marine, and highly polished aluminum, use ProtectaClear.
For aluminum that needs antimicrobial protection like railings, use CrobialCoat.
Stucco or Mortar can stain and ruin the finish of Aluminum.
Damaged aluminum window frames can be restored with Everbrite™.
Anodized aluminum can be ruined and stained by stucco, mortar, cement or acid-based cleaners. They can damage the finish, creating stains and uneven texture. To restore the color, luster, and finish of the Anodized Aluminum, use Everbrite Coating. Everbrite™ has restored damaged aluminum window frames saving thousands of dollars over replacing the anodized aluminum. More information.
Try the Everbrite™ Restoration Process on your anodized aluminum window frames, storefront, anodized aluminum extrusions or curtain wall. You will be amazed at the restoration.
Seal Automotive, Marine or Polished Aluminum with ProtectaClear.
Keep polished aluminum clean and shiny and prevent oxidation with ProtectaClear. Motorcycle parts, Wheels, Rims, Automotive trim, motors and parts can all be kept shiny and protected with ProtectaClear. Easy-to-apply and keeps metal from water spotting and much easier to keep clean.
Customer Reviews for Aluminum
"Hello, My name is Bruce Westendorf. My wife, Diana, and I own and operate a tour boat business in Savannah, GA. Our boat is a custom welded aluminum (5086 and 6061) jet boat. I put it in the salt water in March of 2001 and have been battling the spots salt water makes on the aluminum ever since. In addition, the areas around the cowlings turned a nasty yellow blotched color from the diesel fumes that really looked bad. I have tried an assortment of waxes, all of which work to bring the shine back when enough time is spent, but a day later all of the above conditions are back. You already know the results we have achieved from the application of your product. I am greatly impressed. My transom and gunnels look absolutely beautiful after a full month of exposure to the salt water and diesel fumes. Simply wash and dry at the end of the day. Life with unpainted aluminum in salt water is now good. Many thanks."