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    EATIII,

    There's a lot of good things written and put on video in regard to Frog Lube. What I'm having trouble wrapping my head around is how a plant based material can perform as stated/reported. Although I'm reading the testamonials, watching the vid's and taking in what is being said, I'm a bit jaded having seen a great many of things "not be" that "was to be" or "shoulda been", particulary over the internet...

    Not being a man of deep pockets I do not want to risk any of my investments (guns) to something that I do not fully understand. However, it looks good so far and am keeping an open mind.

    Anyone else who has been a member of this forum for more than a week use Frog Lube? What say you?
    1)"When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." -Thomas Jefferson.
    2)"Imagine how gun control might be stomped if GOA or SAF had the (compromising) NRA's 4 million members!" -Me. http://jpfo.org/filegen-n-z/nraletter.htm

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  3. #22
    Gents,
    WillyNH
    Fourmula766
    Kasper
    Retired Grunt

    Your kits have been sent, when you get them, please give us a report as soon as you can so as not to keep the masses waiting. Give your honest thumbs up or down. I do know the answer already but this is for your fellow board members.

    ED
    RLTW!

  4. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by EATIII:239704
    Gents,
    WillyNH
    Fourmula766
    Kasper
    Retired Grunt

    Your kits have been sent, when you get them, please give us a report as soon as you can so as not to keep the masses waiting. Give your honest thumbs up or down. I do know the answer already but this is for your fellow board members.

    ED
    RLTW!
    Man... Always late to the party.

  5. #24
    This is a patch that went through a weapon that the customer said was clean as it can be. My Business partner Travis, at Watchmen Training Group put a little Froglube on a patch and ran it through, this is the result.
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  6. #25
    Got my sample kit of Froglube yesterday... Figured id give it a shot cleaning "Ol Dirty" an older Ruger mini 30 that always seems to end up filthy after the range... Now keep in mind ive never used Eezox on this rife because it wants to run on the wetter side since ive owned it... First thing I noticed was the wintergreen smell its rather pleasant... After my usual cleaning ritual I will say it does clean 10X better than Hopps and boy this gun was FILTHY its probably never been so clean... The gun did seem to soak up quite a bit of the froglube after I let it sit by the wood stove to let it warm up it didn't really seem to do much till it was warm.. After I wiped down the entire gun it left the metal clean and shiny even brought some more color out of the wood on the downside it still leaves fingerprints so that's a +1 to Eezox.. Overall I very impressed so far... the stuff definaley does clean better than most products ive used but I wont say better than Eezox Id have to call that a tie... Both product claim to get better the more you use it... Eezox is easier to use due to the aresol can but smells very strong froglube has a pleasnt smell and initally you have to season the gun but that didnt seem to be a big deal they both seem a cut above the rest as products go... Now to range test "Ol Dirty" another day its been known to have a few hiccups if not lubed right...

  7. #26
    Glad you got it and the initial results, remember after you "seasoned" your dirty gun, all you need to do is wipe off the carbon/crud. Have a great day at the range, you will give another +10 to your report.

  8. #27
    I have over the years tried or used about everything on the market. I usually steer clear of products with warnings about getting it on certain parts of the gun, or leaving it on the gun for too long. Bore "cleaners" are especially corrosive to the metal in the barrel and can cause it to become brittle, which will in turn wear out the barrel faster and also cause chipping in the bore. If it's all that great, then why can't you leave it in the bore? Common sense has told me to stay away from such chemicals, if it will do that to steel, what will it do to my skin. Froglube is the first product I've used that does all it says it will do and then some. So much so that I asked EATIII to be a part of the business side of this amazing CLP.

    I have, and will continue to challenge people to bring me guns that are "clean" that I can't pull an amount of carbon out that looks as if weren't cleaned at all. The pic he posted was only one of about twenty that day which were supposed to have been cleaned prior to the gun show with various "top" products. I have stopped use of any other product and now use the left overs of what I had to start fires in my fire pit so I don't waste it completely. In my book, that's all they are good for anymore.

    I have little ones at home and can now clean my guns (truly clean them) in my house without harmful vapors or worrying what might happen if my children happen to get hold of some of it, to include eating it. I have watched it dissolve rust and carbon on contact and use it on my fishing reels as well. I have seen it mirror the inside of old muzzleloaders which now have no more rust issues in the bore or on the outside. I have witnessed it bring back the wood grain on old stocks that had gotten so dry they just absorbed everything else. No more having black fingers for weeks due to cleaning with other solvents, the carbon wipes right off my hands just like it does the guns.

    For those of you who do place a high value on your gun collection, you owe it to yourself and your guns to try FrogLube if you care that much. Or, you can continue to degrade the quality of the metal on your guns by using the latest petrochemicals.

    FWIW, I have spent a lifetime of hunting and fishing, I'm a former Army Ranger, Sniper, LRS Team Leader so I know as well as anyone what it takes to properly maintain a weapon. For the first time in my life I knew what truly clean was after using FrogLube.

    Owner
    Watchmen Training Group

  9. #28

    Thumbs up 1 gun done

    I received my Frog Lube kit from Santa a couple of days ago and finally had a chance to use it last night. As a background, Breakfree CLP has been my go to cleaner for about 6 years. The first gun to clean is my EDC Glock 26, and it hasn't been detail cleaned in over 1 year (hanging my head in shame). I asked for permission to borrow my wifes hairdryer, and setup to clean my handgun at the kitchen table. AT THE KITCHEN TABLE! I was granted permission for the hairdryer but was questioned on my choice of location. I assured her if it smelled, I would relocate back to my basement sanctuary. In addition to the kit from Santa, I added some patches and QTips.

    I started by stripping the gun completely, and set the hairdryer to it. I did NOT degrease or anything else before using the Frog Lube. Not knowing whick to use--the paste or the liquid--I decided to use the liquid only for this gun. With the parts warmed, I soaked a patch in the green stuff and set to work wetting everything. I expected to consume a lot of Frog Lube, but that 1st patch got everything covered. For the bore, I applied lube to a nylon brush and worked it through the bore a couple of times. I wiped all of the springs as best I could.

    With everything wet I put a couple of drops on a bristle brush and scrubbed every nook and cranny on every part. Things had started to cool down by the time I got back to the barrel so I hit them all with the hair dryer again. The barrel and breech face were by far the dirtiest, but I am proud to say that they are spotless now. With everything scrubbed, I wiped everything until the gunk stopped coming off on the patch. I called it good at this point , reassembled and function tested.

    Immediately I am impressed with the ease that the Frog Lube cut through the grime. +1. My night sights (and the little white outline) are brighter than before as I avoided them with the Breakfree product. +1. All of the accumulated gunk in the rails is gone and the slide is noticably "slicker". +1. My hands washed completely clean when I finished. +1. AND the wife never said boo about the smell, because there wasn't any. +1.

    So far I am very impressed. My next task will be a Ruger MkIII that has over 1000 rounds since its last detail job, all of them with a silencer.

    Thank you, Santa (EATIII).

    -Matt

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    OK, we'll stand by for the future reports after several range trips with cloth wipe downs only, no further applications...
    1)"When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." -Thomas Jefferson.
    2)"Imagine how gun control might be stomped if GOA or SAF had the (compromising) NRA's 4 million members!" -Me. http://jpfo.org/filegen-n-z/nraletter.htm

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    Forgot to ask, if/when i want to try some, anyone here a reseller or know someone who sells it online? I saw some stores reselling in MO, anyone you know of "Mom"?

    ...Update, just realized tactical santa does this, duh!
    1)"When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty." -Thomas Jefferson.
    2)"Imagine how gun control might be stomped if GOA or SAF had the (compromising) NRA's 4 million members!" -Me. http://jpfo.org/filegen-n-z/nraletter.htm

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