Junkshop extrusion, painted or not, should be scrapped when you no longer need it. The metal must not contain more than 3% iron. If you have junk shop extrusion scrap pieces, it is easier to find a place to bring it along with your other scrap metal and get the Junkshop Extrusion Scrap Prices from the scrap yards. You can find a scrap yard in the area that can give you scrap metal prices for junk shop extrusion and other materials that they may purchase.
If you have a large amount of scrap from a construction job, demolition work, or machine shops, you can request a scrap metal container service or pick up from one of the local scrap yards through the iScrap App. You can also contact the surrounding scrap yards for today’s scrap metal prices that they are buying. See more Scrapping Videos here.