wash metal

wash metal

[′wäsh ‚med·əl]
(metallurgy)
Molten metal used to clean out a furnace, ladle, or other container.
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It's especially important to wash metal poles exposed to salt water, or else they'll corrode.
You can wash metal with hot soapy water and it's great if the weather gets particularly wet because you can easily dry them off.
Aquasol International has developed, and is marketing, an environmentally friendly product known as the Aquasol Solution that is used as a cleansing solution to wash metal surfaces before painting or re-painting.