Break-Free CLP-7 Cleaner Lubricant Preservative Gallon Jug, 3.78-Liter
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- Penetrates and spreads along metal surfaces into every pit and crevice
- Long-lasting lubricating film dramatically reduces adhesion of sand, grit or other abrasives
- Corrosion inhibitors prevent the formation of rust while film protects metal surfaces from contaminants
- Specially formulated synthetic oils won't lose viscosity, dry out or stiffen up in extreme environments
- It has been proven to preform in temperatures ranging from -65F to +475F and after saltwater immersion
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When the United States Military issued PD-48, a purchase description of properties for a single, multi-purpose product to maintain their weaponry, it became known as the "impossible specification" because of its severe requirements. The first product to meet the challenge - Break-Free CLP. Break-Free's flagship product, CLP is a unique formulation of synthetic oils and individual proprietary ingredients which synergize in combination to do three important tasks simultaneously: Effectively Clean, Lubricate and Protect metal. Break-Free CLP is now recognized around the world as the standard by which maximum metal performance and protection is ensured.
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Yah, all true, but if you do clean your firearms often, and buy this product in little bottles, it adds up quick. Or if you live in an environment where rust can be a problem, you can't have too much of this product.
Also don't forget any household applications this could serve as well (replaces any 3 in 1 oil applications you could ever need).
Since it's a CLP, it's great for protecting anything against rust. For firearms it just makes sense to buy this by the gallon. I put a bit into a stainless cup, and brush it generously on all the parts (with a 1" high quality paint brush (which is great for getting into chambers, etc)), I let them sit for 10 mins or so, then just brush clean (plastic or bronze), air compressor blow out the excess and wipe them down. The "preservative" nature of it, (or penetrating quality of it) soaks into the metal and really offers that extra protection. The key here is to remember you don't want the firearm dripping or "oily", you can literally wipe it down, thinking you've wiped it completely "off", but that is not the case, it's on there!
Oh, wear nitrile gloves or something equivalent, it's not caustic by any means, but it is a petroleum products, so best to keep it off the skin if possible.
I break down guns for cleaning and let them soak overnight. I have a covered container that I reuse with a screen to suspend the parts and the residue just drops to the bottom. After cleaning in the CLP-7 there is a noticeable improvement in a couple of the firearms that had FTF/FTE problems that have improved with a better cleaning/lubricating product.