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05/05/2012 10:05:06 AM can anyone recommend a good cleaning product for old aluminium cookware? I've used lemon juice and salt and it seems to have helped a little. But I really want something that would get all the funk out. Lemon juice and sea salt - sounds good but I think you'd be better off using some abrasive cleanser like a scouring pad and elbow grease. Fold the outer side of the material away from the tube. The score lines allow the water to pass through easily. That's why the stainless steel steamer is so much easier to clean. 05/05/2012 12:51:24 PM I wonder if anyone knows any vinegar based cleaners? My cookware is very old, well, 30 years old in fact. I bought it used, and so the previous owner didn't even bother cleaning it. It has obviously seen some use, so I assume it would be best to get the protective patina off of it, but I'm not sure if I should use any acidic solutions. If the aluminum is aluminum oxide or rutile or celonite (any aluminum oxide under 10 microns thick) it will not react with vinegar. If it is not aluminum oxide the aluminum has reacted with the vinegar and created Al4+ and Al3+ ions. You will need citric acid or sodium citrate to prevent the aluminum from changing state and becoming aluminum hydroxide or some form of aluminum metal. 05/06/2012 02:13:11 AM I used white vinegar and baking soda on my griddle once but I think I'd still need to rub it down with a rag. It does make a nice chemical smell for a while though. Thanks for the suggestions! I used white vinegar and baking soda on my griddle once but I




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