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Cleaning Brushed Aluminum?

There is a TON of brushed aluminum in our late model GTOs. Mine is kinda gross looking since I cleaned up my car today (AVOID GETTING ARMORALL ON THE ALUMINUM!) Does anyone know of a product or a trick for getting it clean? It looks awful like it is.
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Try Stoner's glass cleaner. I also use Stoner's Trim Shine on the plastic. I use Stoner's line of products, their tire dressing is the best out there.

Periodically I will apply leather cleaner to the dash and it shines up the silver plastic ok.

IMO I avoid Armor all. I don't know if it sill has alcohol in it, but it used to. It dries out dashboards and rubber. If there is alcohol in it..... patoeey.

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