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Why aluminum door panels are the future of air conditioning

I’m not going to pretend that I don’t like air conditioning.

It’s not that I’m a fan of the cool and the smell, and it’s certainly not that there aren’t many great air conditioners out there.

But when it comes to aluminum doors, I have a different opinion than most.

For one thing, aluminum panels are made of aluminum and the best air conditioning is the kind that has nothing to do with aluminum.

For another, aluminum has a reputation for being incredibly hard to clean.

I’ve found that cleaning aluminum doors can be a bit more of a chore than it looks like, especially if you’re a beginner.

So I’ve been thinking about how to get my aluminum doors cleaner and cleaner, and I’m thrilled to share a little bit of what I’ve learned along the way.

It’s not easy Getting a clean, shiny aluminum door panel is not an easy task.

I know that many of you will have your own tricks and methods for getting your aluminum door clean.

But I’m here to tell you that there are actually a few simple tricks that will get your aluminum doors to look their best, and they’re actually pretty easy to do.

If you follow these steps, your aluminum panels will look like this: 1.

Wash your aluminum aluminum with soap and water.

If your door has an aluminum panel, use the water for this step.


Clean the door frame with a rag and a soft cloth.

If the aluminum panel is wet, just wipe it down with a soft towel and you’re good to go.

If it’s dry, repeat this step on the opposite side.


Use a small flat brush or other clean surface to clean the panel edges.

If there’s any paint or paint residue on the panel, you can remove it with a small metal brush.


If possible, remove the door from the panel.

If necessary, clean it completely.

If not, just rinse the panel with water.


Use your toothbrush to gently brush the aluminum and metal surfaces together to remove any remaining paint and residue.

You don’t have to be precise, just gentle and consistent.


Allow the aluminum to dry.

If using a toothbrush, use a medium brush to gently scrape away any excess paint and debris from the aluminum panels surface.

If painting the aluminum is not possible, you’ll need to paint the aluminum with a medium paint, medium-hard surface, or medium-soft surface to remove the excess paint.


Allow your aluminum panel to dry completely.

After the panel is dry, it’s time to clean it.

Using a soft, dry cloth, wipe the aluminum down with some mild alcohol and water and pat dry.

This step is optional, but it’ll help clean the aluminum off your door panels and keep the panels from becoming a scratchy mess.

If cleaning the aluminum seems a bit daunting, just use a toothpick and gently wipe away any remaining dust and dirt with a dry rag.


Allow a coat of primer to dry before continuing with the next step.

You can use the primer to polish the aluminum, but I recommend letting the aluminum dry completely before using the primer.


Repeat steps 1-9 until all of your aluminum is thoroughly cleaned.

If everything went well, you should be able to clean your aluminum as follows: 10.

Clean your aluminum by hand with a clean rag.

If needed, gently rub the entire aluminum surface with a light, soft cloth, but do not rub the aluminum against the glass.


Apply a coat or coat of a clear protective coat to all surfaces of the aluminum.


Apply two coats of clear, clear coat to the aluminum door frame.

If this isn’t possible, paint the door black and then dry clean with a damp cloth.


Using the dry cleaning cloth, brush off excess paint, dirt, and dust from the metal.

If any paint is still on the aluminum after the second coat of paint, it probably isn’t a problem.

If so, you may want to replace the panels and then do the next steps.


Reinstall the aluminum doors.

If all of the steps have worked, you have a great, shiny, and clean aluminum door.

You’ve also created a perfect place to store your air conditioner.

And since you’ve got a clean air condition, you won’t have any issues with your aluminum sliding.