Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Rainier, Oregon
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" Killed by Alumabrite " ????
IT WILL KILL YOU IF YOU GET AS LITTLE AS A TEASPOON ON YOU!
After reading that, my B.S. meter just ran on up to Full Tilt.
I have used this and similar products that are much worse for years.
YES! they are hazardous when used improperly. They will give you acid burns on exposed skin, but only slight irritation if just a mist or splashed on you. I have had it happen many times over the years. If you wish to soak your hands in it, it will eventually remove a fingernail or two and burn your skin like a deep sunburn. Voice of El Stupido experience here. But I have never been killed by it, (at least last time I checked) and I have been soaked in much more than a tespoon full more than once. In full strength it "WILL" most definately strip the shine off of aluminum if used improperly. It removes paint a minuscule layer at a time also if left on very long. Makes an oxidized paint job look like new as long as there is enough paint that it can afford to loose a layer.
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