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  1. Gun scrubber synthetic cleaner

    I have a M&P that I want to use this on, I am looking for something that will get into the all the tiny places a brush can't get to without taking it all the way apart. Anyone use this stuff? Is it really safe on all the plastic parts??

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    Quote Originally Posted by angrypenguin View Post
    I have a M&P that I want to use this on, I am looking for something that will get into the all the tiny places a brush can't get to without taking it all the way apart. Anyone use this stuff? Is it really safe on all the plastic parts??
    I use the Birchwood Casey Synthetic Safe cleaner all the time. It works great and have never had any problems yet. I try not to get it on wood surfaces though.

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    I use Gun Scrubber in the shop all the time. Works fine and the latest version claims to not harm any synthetic. I also use canned air or a compressor to blow out the crud a brush won't reach while it's wet with the scrubber.

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    I just reasently used the shuff and I havn't been impressed , I think carburator cleaner works better on stainless . But I have just tried Krill oil and I liked the out come but i keep it away from the syn . (havn't heard if it would harm it ) compressed air is the way !

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