#33248
Whirlibird
Whirlibird
Survivalist
member10

I use a variety of cleaners and lubes in my shop.
But what do I use at home?

There’s a small bottle of CLP in my war bag, just in case.
There’s another small bottle of Ballistol in my tool kit and a big bottle on the back of my bench.
I go through a lot of Ballistol, a lot.

Frog lube works, but the extra work involved hasn’t been worth it to me. Especially with the positive features of the Ballistol.

Most gun oils work as advertised. Some just work better or longer.
Its when you start doing silly things like salt solutions and such that not only do you find a winner, subjective at best, but you also have to c consider clp vs oil.