- Rinse it off after use, especially if you’ve launched a boat or hauled livestock. Pay close attention to the wheel areas and the back end of the trailer.
- Keep your trailer shiny with a polish safe for aluminum. Be sure to use a damp cloth to remove dirt and other debris first.
- If you can, store your trailer in a covered area to keep it safe during storms and other weather events.
Looking for new or used aluminum trailers to haul your boat, motorcycle, ATV, personal watercraft and more? Reinhart Trailers carries high quality trailers from Triton that are sure to meet your needs. These models are lighter to pull offering a high payload capacity. Moreover, aluminum has high resistance to corrosion leading to a longer life cycle. Visit our lot to see the wide selection of aluminum trailers available. Ask about new & used! Aluminum Trailer Care Prior to purchasing a trailer, you may be asking about the care needed to keep your hauler in good condition. Though aluminum is more rust-resistant that steel, there are still some steps that should be taken to protect your investment.