Dustin Williams wrote:
> Generally speaking, you should always follow manufacture directions.
> If the label says not to use it on aluminium, then they put it on the
> label due to a risk of damage. What you would have to weigh is how big
> of a risk is it. Odds are pretty good that it would do limited damage,
> since if it weakened it by 1% or in 1% of cases it caused a 50%
> weakening it would be worthy of the warning.
> In short, if you ignore the warning, you do it at your own risk.
in the same manner you described for the CLR. The CLR is waaaay too
strong, WILL eat your aluminum, and you will NEVER get it all out...
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