Sharkhide Black Streak Remover FAQ

Q: Will Sharkhide Black Streak Remover take the dark streaks and stains off bare aluminum?
A: No it won't. You'll need a different product like Sharkhide Aluminum Cleaner for that.

Q: What type of surface will Sharkhide Black Streak Remover work on?
A: It's effective on Pre Painted Aluminum panels, Fiberglass panels, FRP (fiberglass reinforced plywood) panels, as well as some plastics.

Q: Is Sharkhide Black Streak Remover safe on all pre painted finishes?
A: Yes it is. However, on extremely dead and oxidized painted finishes use caution. The paint is so thin due to years of weathering and exposure, it can 
sometimes be completely wiped off and expose the bare aluminum. Always test a small inconspicuous area first.

Q: How much Black Streak Remover will I need?
A: For smaller jobs like Utility Trailers, Pontoon Boats, and such, a quart is usually enough. For larger Trailers, Campers, Motor Homes, and House 
Boats, two quart's to a gallon is normally enough.

Q: Is there a temperature range I should use Sharkhide Black streak remover in?

Q: Do I need to do anything to the surface before I can apply Sharkhide Black Streak Remover?
A: All you need to do is wipe the surface off with a dry Terri Cloth Towel before you apply it.

Q: How much Sharkhide Black Streak Remover should I apply?
A: All you need to do is use a very small amount and lightly mist the stain. 

Q: How large an area do I mist at a time?
A: Only mist very small areas at a time, because you NEVER want the Sharkhide Black Streak Remover to dry. 

Q: How long should I let the stain soak?
A: It works best if you let the stain soak for ten to fifteen seconds. You may need to mist it a couple of times to be sure it doesn't dry out.

Q: How should I remove Sharkhide Black Streak Remover after I've let it soak?
A: You can simply wipe the stain away with a dry Teri Cloth towel, or hit it with a soft bristle brush and rinse with water.

Q: Can I apply Sharkhide Black Streak Remover in any weather?
A: No. It's best to apply when the surfaces are dry.

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