by Lee Wyatt
(last updated June 15, 2015)
Anodized aluminum is a type of aluminum that has been put through a special process to help protect and strengthen the metal. This process, while it can do wonders, does not remove the need to further clean that metallic surface. Often this process, which is called anodizing, can actually make the cleaning process a little more difficult than it normally would be.
When some type of gunk or grime actually gets encrusted onto the material or, in the case of cookware, burned on, it can seem next to impossible to get them removed. Here are some ideas that you can use to actually get this wonderful material clean.
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