Alupolish for anodised aluminium

new lustre for soiled facades

From shabby to shining

Over time, even robust, anodised aluminium surfaces lose their brilliance in outdoor use (e.g. for facades) as a result of environmental influences in the form of rain, dust or exhaust fumes.  Particles settle on the surface which make the facade unsightly after a while. To prevent this visible impairment, the elements of the building front need to be cleaned at regular intervals. Alupolish makes this an easy task. 

The process is simple: Using a small amount of Alupolish on a cleaning cloth, the surface is wiped applying slight pressure, and then polished with a clean cloth. If necessary, the part can be rinsed with a washing-up liquid solution (a little washing-up liquid in water), then dried – that’s all!


Cleans, preserves and cares for anodised aluminium surfaces in one step

Thorough basic cleaning thanks to abrasive active substances

Available in paste form - easy to use and economical

For use in a frost-free environment, ideal in outdoor temperatures from 10°C up

Tried-and-tested maintenance and care system achieves excellent results in practice

Approved by the GRM (Gütegemeinschaft Reinigung Fassaden e.V.) a German quality community for facade cleaning - approval No. 108a

What equipment is required?

Alupolish is sold in a variety of package sizes and is available in 100-ml tubes or 750-ml bottles, depending on the application. Larger packing units can also be supplied on request. Our special cleaning erasers are recommended for rough pre-cleaning, e.g. for stubborn dirt and stains. They are available in grain sizes 120 (medium) or 240 (fine) and are used together with Alupolish prior to the actual cleaning process.

And what about painted surfaces?

Alupolish is unfortunately not suitable for use on painted surfaces as it contains abrasive active ingredients which would scratch the painted parts.

Our universal cleaner Ferroclean 9345 is recommendable for such cases. This highly concentrated product has to be diluted (about 5 - 10g per litre of water) before being used for façade-cleaning purposes. Afterwards, the surfaces are rinsed with water and dried. Done! – Your facade is shiny and clean again.