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Something that once and novice or anyone with any doubts reads, they will never have another question! (wouldnt that be nice)

But seriously, ive searched and found a few threads about cleaning, but i still have many questions myself. I am pretty anal about keeping everythig squeeky clean, but also in perfect condition, so i often find myself not doing things because im unsure if it might cause any damage.

Just recently someone had a thread they were trying to get stickied with lots of general info about XD's, but there was also a section about cleaning, and i think it was a pretty good start with the level of detail he had in it. I just searched for it and found that all the contents had been removed. Additionally, i have found these 3 posts in the forums.
http://hs2000talk.com/viewtopic.php?t=22252&highlight=complete+cleaning, http://hs2000talk.com/viewtopic.php?t=15596&highlight=complete+cleaning, http://hs2000talk.com/viewtopic.php?t=15931&highlight=complete+cleaning

Here are a some things im looking to get cleared up once and for all.

1. Definitions and purposes of Lube, Oil, Bore Cleaners, Solvents

2. Of these, what do you use where? (inside/outside the frame/slide, internals in the polymer stock)

3. What is completly safe to clean the polymer with? Can anything dull the permanently alter the appearance - Cleaning inside of the grip and trigger and all that other stuff in there.

4. BRUSHES- Nylon, Brass, Steel- Ive been using brass... is that bad !? Do you ever find yourself using them in places other than the inside of the barrel ?

5. I hear people talk about soaking the internals then blow drying with canned air. Can we get some exact procedures ?

6. Some common products i have found throughout my searches- HOPPES #9, Powder Blaster, Breakfree CLP, WD-40, Simple Green, Foaming spray products, Aerasol Canned spray products... WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN???
I have Breakfree Bore Cleaner, Breakfree CLP canned spray, and some cheap walmart 'outers' gun oil. When i clean i usually use all three... all over.... But im begining to think that either im not suppost to... or dont have to (with exception of anyting on the polymer cause i have always been afraid of ruining it)

This is all i can come up with off the top of my head- Im looks for everyones knowledge and opinions here

Thanks !
 

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Use these SUGGESTIONS at YOUR OWN RISK!
If reading this with a / your gun nearby, please unload and verify the gun is unloaded now before proceeding any further with reading.
The questions and the answers listed here are taken from the questions and the answers and the comments of readers of this forum, not from the main dealer, manufacture, or a
Licensed gunsmith. Treat the comments listed here as a suggestion of what could be done.

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If in doubt, consult a reputable firearms service center.
If in doubt, consult SPRINGFIELD ARMS.

Never “play” with a handgun, loaded or not
Always unload the gun before handling.
Read the manufactures gun safety suggestions, and follow them.
Do take the time to attend a gun safety class(as).

Introduction to the XD Pistol: http://www.gunsandammomag.com/techside/xd_010305/
Another introduction to the XD, this time leaning towards the sub compact model, VERY informative site: http://www.thearmedcitizen.com/gunpages/xdcomp.htm

If your gun is near you now. UNLOAD IT, remove the ammuntion to a safe location in another room. Then verify the gun is unloaded. Then again verify the gun is unloaded AND that there is no ammunition in the same room as you are now with your gun/s.



1.)
Q: Can the magazine be left loaded for extended periods of time?
A: Yes, it will not hurt the magazine or the spring. Actually makes loading a full magazine easier.

2.)
Q: I can’t get the slide (aka dust cover) off?
A: Take the magazine out first.
B. Lock the slide back.
C. Flip the disassembly lever up,
D. Pull the trigger,
E. Slide the slide forward, it will come right off.

3.)
Q: Do XD’s rust.
A: Yes all metal can rust with improper care. Note, Improper care. Also, some XD’s may have a surface rust issue. Contact Springfield Armory about this.

4.)
Q: If my XD is rusting, will I have to pay SA to refinish it?
A: Depends on what type of rust. It is best to contact them for correct answer. Surface rust, generally they pay for basic refinish. Rust from damage, probably yes, you pay.
A: http://www.hs2000talk.com/viewtopic.php?t=20321&highlight=finish

5.)
Q: Can I put different sights in?
A: Yes. Some have a hard time, some easy. http://www.xd-hs2000.com/shopping


6.)
Q: Can I buy an XD and put in aftermarket barrels?
A: Yes. Pistolgear.com and AJAMES have some, as well as others here on the forum.



7.)
Q: Failure to feed / eject?
A: Try adjusting your magazine feed lips.
A: Dismantle and clean your magazine inside and lightly lube.
A: Are you “limp wristing”? Hold your wrist a little more stiff.
A: Is your thumb interfering with the slide action, many times this is the problem. Hold your thumb down just a little lower.
A: Sometimes the springs in the magazines need to be broken in. Leave the mags full until you get to the range. Give it a try
A: Defective design of the 40 S&W round. The short stubby round with a truncated cone bullet is just made to jam up against the chamber top, especially if the lip of the case catches on the edge of the chamber. It does not matter what gun, HK, Glock, SIG, S&W or CZ, the tying factor seems to be the round. My suggestion is try to use only rounds with rounded flat point, they seem to feed better. I know that does not do much in case of JHP usually but that is the nature of the beast

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Use these SUGGESTIONS at YOUR OWN RISK!
If in doubt, consult your Manuel for your handgun.
If in doubt, consult a reputable firearms service center.
If in doubt, consult SPRINGFIELD ARMS.



8.)
Q: What is a good product to protect the XD?
A: Whatever works best for you.
A: Something safe for a polymer gun
A: Blue Wonder makes a product called Armadillo that works great.
B. Some swear by such products as Clean, Lubricate, Protect, also known as CLP



9.)
Q: What is Armadillo?
A: A wax protectant for your metal partsmade by Blue Wonder products available at your gun store or online.. Heating the wax a little helps in the application of it, or the use of a wet warm application towel.

10.)
Q: Is brand XXXXXXX ammo any good?
A; Try it, find out. Some guns like some brands of ammo better then others.

11.)
Q: Brand XXXXXX ammo always jambs up my gun.
A: Use different ammo.
A: You might have to polish your feed ramp.



12.)
Q: What is the feed ramp?
A: With the gun disassembled, it is the part of the barrel where the shell casing enters. It is shinny and at an angle. The bullet nose and case slide up this to enter the barrel. Sometimes the ramp gets debris, scratched or even is just a little off angle for the type of round your are shooting.


13.)
Q: What is the best defense round?
A: The one that hits the target.
B. This is a personal choice on your part.

14.)
Q: Can I mount a holo sight on my gun?
A: Yes. There are sight mounts for the glocks that, with modification, Can fit the XD.
A: http://www.bb-enterprise.biz/

15.)
Q: Being a plastic gun, is it durable?
A: Yes. It is used be various militaries around the world.

16.)
Q: Where is the XD made?
A: Croatia. Europe. Used by their armed forces.



Author assumes no responsibility for actions taken by users of this Q & A section.
Use these SUGGESTIONS at YOUR OWN RISK!
If in doubt, consult your Manuel for your handgun.
If in doubt, consult a reputable firearms service center.
If in doubt, consult SPRINGFIELD ARMS.


17.)
Q: Can I put my buddies 40cal barrel in my 9mm frame.
A: NO.

18.)
Q: Can I buy other caliber barrels for my xd?
A: Yes. Check AJAMES or pistolgear.com. You can go with SMALLER barrels, not larger.

19.)
Q: Why can’t I rack the slide?
A: Are you holding the grip safety in?


20.)
Q: What should I do when the gun has a FTE?
A: Read your Manuel from the manufacture.
B. ALWAYS point the gun in a safe direction.




21.)
Q: Can I have the trigger reworked to a lighter pull?
A: Contact your local gunsmith
A: Ask on the forum.
A: Yes it can be done


22.)
Q: Can I re-work the trigger for a lighter pull.
A: If you are a gunsmith, yes, if not don’t touch it. There are the safeties that have to be able to still operate after this work is done.

23.)
Q: Can I shoot my gun underwater?
A: Why would you want to? Some say yes, some say no. Ask Springfield for the Proper answer.

24.)
Q: Are there any accessories for the XD?
A: Yes. Every month more items are coming out. Again, check AJAMES and Pistolgear.com and others. Everything from holsters to lights and lasers. Barrels to refinishing.

25.)
Q: Can I replace my striker?
A: Yes, details online.

26.)
Q: What is stippling?
A: Customizing of the gun grip. It looks like somebody touches the grip a bunch of times with a hot soldering iron, creating little dimples all over the handle to improve grip.



Author assumes no responsibility for actions taken by users of this Q & A section.
Use these SUGGESTIONS at YOUR OWN RISK!
If in doubt, consult your Manuel for your handgun.
If in doubt, consult a reputable firearms service center.
If in doubt, consult SPRINGFIELD ARMS.

27.)
Q: What can I use to better the grip on my XD, on the cheap side?
A: Bicycle tire tube cut to length and slide it up on the handgrip.
B. Sometimes the inside of the tube has a ridged area that can be used for a raised grip.

28.)
Q: Do I need to oil my gun?
A: Yes. Lightly. Too much oil will attract dirt. Dirt will cause ruff operation.
A: There are many different products out there to purchase and use. Dry lubricant’s work well.
B. I use Du Pont Teflon, sprays on wet dries to a non-sticky coating that works well.








29.)
Q: Do I need to oil my magazines?
A: Oil attracts dirt. Try a dry lubricant, or something such as CLP (Clean, Lubricate, Protect).


30.)
Q. Do I need to clean the XD after every use?
A: No. But it is good too do so. Some users have shot upwards of 4k to 5k rounds without cleaning. Some more, Some less. Some clean it every time. Some clean it every week, used or not.

31.)
Q: Will SA buy back my 10 round magazines?
A: Ask them. It depends on when you purchased the gun in relation to the ban expiring.
B. Probably not though

32.)
Q: I shoot low/high/left/right/ a little low and to the left. What am I doing wrong?
A: http://americanshooter.com/Features/features.html
A: http://www.backwoodshome.com/articles2/ayoob85.html

33.)
Q. What is WWB?
A. Winchester White Box ammo.

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If in doubt, consult your Manuel for your handgun.
If in doubt, consult a reputable firearms service center.
If in doubt, consult SPRINGFIELD ARMS







34.)
Q: My “chamber loaded” indicator is stuck in the UP position. What is wrong?
A: Is the gun loaded? Is a round in the chamber?
A: Parts 37,38, or 39... The spring keeps the indicator down until a round is chambered which lifts it up. I think what you will need to do is take down the entire slide dissemble.(you don't have to take out the extractor if you don't want to, this should not be part of your problem.) I would bet that you have some piece of "gunk" lodged between the slide frame and your indicator that is stuck in there. That will be easy enough to see after you remove the indicator, indicator spring, and indicator pin, and the entire slide assembly
http://www.xd-hs2000.com/disassembly/disassembly.html Click on slide disassembly.

35,)
Q. Are there any CAD drawings for the XD?
A. http://www.hs2000talk.com/viewtopic.php?t=20900&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=30url
A. http://www.hs2000talk.com/viewtopic.php?t=21209&highlight=








36.)
Q. What is the size of a XD?
A. Slide width at widest point = 1.090"
Plastic frame width just below slide = 1.190"
grip just above magazine = 1.210"
Widest part of grip (includes the raised thumb "lump" area) = 1.264
Absolute widest point (includes protrusion from slide release) = 1.286"

If comparing to other guns, bear in mind Springfield measures the overall length the way I would (total length from end of barrel to whatever point extends farthest back, be it beavertail, slide, etc.). Some (Glock) measure the total slide length, but neglect to include the portion of the grip that extends even more behind that point.





Author assumes no responsibility for actions taken by users of this Q & A section.
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If in doubt, consult your Manuel for your handgun.
If in doubt, consult a reputable firearms service center.
If in doubt, consult SPRINGFIELD ARMS


37.)
Q. What is the size difference of a XD verses a Glock? Based on info from Glock and SA's sites, the following are published barrel lengths:

A.
Glock 19: 4.02"
XD9 Service: 4.05"
Glock 17: 4.49"
XD9 Tactical: 5.01"
Glock 34: 5.39"

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38.)
Q.) XD size compared to a sig?
A.) The XD service is nearly identical in size to the Sig 228/229
B.) Bianchi 19L holster shows the same size for the XD as the Sig 2340 & 2009

39.)
Q. Is the Bi-tone stainless steel?
A. YES Bi Tone is stainless. Bead blasted stainless and that's why it doesn't have the "bling". This it true. Remember, Stainless = Stain LESS. It CAN rust, but isn't as prone to rust. Also, there are different grades of stainless steel that will offer more or less resistance to rust.
B. No matter what you get, you still need to take care of it.





Author assumes no responsibility for actions taken by users of this Q & A section.
Use these SUGGESTIONS at YOUR OWN RISK!
If in doubt, consult your Manuel for your handgun.
If in doubt, consult a reputable firearms service center.
If in doubt, consult SPRINGFIELD ARMS


40.)
Q. Is the warranty transferable to a new owner?
A. According to their info pack that goes with the gun upon purchase. Paragraph one on the description of the "limited lifetime warranty". " Springfield, Inc. warrants to the initial retail purchaser that the products it wells will be free of defects in workmanship or material during his or her lifetime as long as he or she owns the product............" . Note that it says " ... initial retail purchaser...". However, later on it also states in the section titled " Disclaimer of Liability" (half way thru paragraph #2). " Springfield, Inc. will not be responsible for the results of careless handling, unauthorized repairs and adjustments, corrosion.........." .Note that it says S.A will not be responsible for ..........corrosion. And we know what they have been doing for corrosion.

41.)
Q. Ammo magazine descriptions- (as with everything else here, it is subjective)
A. *Standard capacity = a flush mag that does not extend past the end of the grip.

*High capacity = A mag that usually holds over 20 rounds and extends several inches from the grip.

*Clinton mag = a magazine that was designed to hold more then ten rounds, but had been altered to diminish the capacity to comply with federal legislation in effect from 1994 to 2004.

*Clip = A stripper clip that is designed to load various rifles such as a SKS.
42.)
Q. 9mm??????
A. 9mm Luger = 9mm Parabellum = 9x19mm = 9mm ammo. Just different name for the same thing.
B. Bear in mind, there is a 9x18mm round for the Makarov, this is not interchangeable.

43.)
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If in doubt, consult your Manuel for your handgun.
If in doubt, consult a reputable firearms service center.
If in doubt, consult SPRINGFIELD ARMS

44.)
Q. How loud is a gunshot?
A. http://www.freehearingtest.com/hia_gunfirenoise.shtml

45.)
Q. I can’t get the magazine to drop out without the mag button feeling like it’s going to break.

A. Take the base plates off the magazine. Then take a pot of boiling water.... drop the mag bases into the water for about 30-40 seconds. Dry the bases off and reinstall them on the magazine, load it up and give it a try. You will make the base plates more flexible by dehydrating them it wont cure anything but should help.


46.)
Q. What can I use to clean the polymer frame?
A. Check out THIS link, it is awesome, forum member Tom Swift put it together.
http://wmporter.com/ugc
A. Quoted from “fsquared” who wrote to SA about this: “ I recently purchased a Springfield Armory XD40. This is the first firearm with polymer components that I have owned.

What solvents or cleaning materials do you recommend for the polymer frame of the firearm? Would WD-40 or like spray cleaners harm the frame and weaken it.

What would the effects be if I were to use a fast drying spray like Birchwood Casey's Gun Scrubber?

Or, what are your thoughts about using a "soap and water" approach with Simple Green solution?

Your expert advice is very much appreciated, thank you." “

Response from Springfield Armory (Terry Bowers):

"You can use the same solvents on the polymer frame as you would use on the steel slide. However, some solvents, such as WD-40 could possibly leave behind a slippery residue. Your best bet would be to stick with the soap and water or simple green approach. That polymer is very resistant to most solvents. Try to stay away from the very powerful solvents, as all you will need to clean the polymer will be good cleaning oil. I hope this helps a little. Please let me know if you have any more questions. Thanks."

Author assumes no responsibility for actions taken by users of this Q & A section.
Use these SUGGESTIONS at YOUR OWN RISK!
If in doubt, consult your Manuel for your handgun.
If in doubt, consult a reputable firearms service center.
If in doubt, consult SPRINGFIELD ARMS


47.)
Q. HELP, my rear sight has fallen out, should I use Locktight to secure it? And if I do, how can I be certain it is in the right place?
A. (Compliments of snak-eater1) Use a spring-loaded center punch to put some dimples in the bottom of the dovetail, this will raise up a little metal. Then use a brass punch to drift the rear sight back into position and to adjust windage. Once in place, you MIGHT want to locktite it into place, although I have never needed to do so after using the center punch method.









48.)
Q. How do I clean my gun?
A. Unload the gun, Unload the gun. Unload the gun. Unload the gun.

Items needed to clean the gun are: Bore cleaner, barrel brush, patches, lint free rags, newspaper / gun cleaning mat, air compressor, lubricant, gun metal protectant, tooth pick, toothbrush, cotton swabs. Make certain the gun is unloaded and no bullets or laded magazines are even in the same room as you and the gun.

Your gun general comes with at coarse brush used to go in the barrel and also for the outside of the gun. It's nylon (or some other type of plastic) that is a lot less hard than the gun barrel. I use Brass on mine (lubricated with bore cleaner) and I’ve never had a problem.

There are many "bore cleaners" out there to get rid of powder fouling in the barrel and around the moving parts of the gun, such as Shooter’s Choice, Hoppe’s#9, Blue Wonder's bore cleaner or Breakfree CLP.

Unload the gun.

Once you get the gun disassembled (read the manual), run the brush soaked in cleaner up and down the bore several times. Leave it, we'll get back to it later.

Next, clean the slide with the cleaner you just used to clean the bore. Soak a patch with it and rub all the metal parts, leaving them wet. You want to clean the top, bottom, and sides, of the slide. Every part you can and even some you cant see. Use the cotton swabs and toothbrush, toothpicks, patches for this. Pay particular attention to the "feed ramp", this is a part that must be clean and scratch free, as the bullet tips must slide along here to get into the barrel for firing.

Then clean the frame the same way. You won't need to worry as much about the plastic parts as they don't corrode like the metal parts will. Scrub all of the dirt out of the frame. Scrub down the metal parts and leave them wet. You really don't need to get the frame soaking in the bore cleaner.

Now back to the barrel. Run a patch soaked with solvent down the barrel. Next use a dry patch until the patch comes out clean. You may have to run a wet patch, dry patch, wet patch dry patch a few times, do this until they come out clean, The barrel is now cleaned, Put it aside as you wipe off the slide and frame.

If you have an air compressor, use it to dry off the gun after all the pieces are clean. If not, use a lint free rag.

Next, You will want to apply a lube to the moving parts of the gun, JUST A LITTLE. Notice I said lube, not oil. You can use oil, or you can use a product like Blue Wonder's DISORTEC XFR, DuPont Teflon, Gun Butter, something.

Wipe off any excess lube.
Make certain the gun is unloaded.

Reassemble; rack the slide a few times to work the lube into the moving parts.


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If in doubt, consult your Manuel for your handgun.
If in doubt, consult a reputable firearms service center.
If in doubt, consult SPRINGFIELD ARMS


49.)
Q. I am NEW to handguns, what are some basic rules I should / could know?
A. The following is a link to the NRA web site. Go here http://www.nrahq.org/education/guide.asp for some great information on safety for you and your family. Always treat the gun (handgun / long gun) as being LOADED. Sign up for gun safety classes ASAP. Sign up for gun Handling classes, how to aim, etc.
There are some people that have been shooting for years, that still sign up for classes from professionals as refreshers. It’s better to be knowledgeable, safe and alive, then stupid and dead.

50.)
Q. Once I get to be a good shot with my handgun, what can I do then for fun with it?
A. Well, here is a list of BAD things to use a gun for: bank robbery, car jacking, armed assault, terrorist, hi-jacker, armored car robber, candy stealer from kids.
A. Here is a list of what you can do once you are proficient with your handgun: http://idpa.com. Check it out. Or you can get into the old revolver western shoots held in some areas.

Author assumes no responsibility for actions taken by users of this Q & A section.
Use these SUGGESTIONS at YOUR OWN RISK!
If in doubt, consult your Manuel for your handgun.
If in doubt, consult a reputable firearms service center.
If in doubt, consult SPRINGFIELD ARMS

51.)
Q. How long will the recoil spring assembly last? Should I change it after a pre-determined amount of shots fired?
From a post by : kennyusmc1
Posted: Mon Oct 17, 2005 1:14 pm Post subject: oem guide rods spring

In a previous post, someone said SA was very strict about changing your recoil assy after 2000 rounds, here is a reply from SA after inquiry about replacement . If the recoil assembly has worn prematurely, and is causing a problem with the function of the pistol, it will be covered under warranty. We do not have an actual round count as to when the recoil assembly will need to be replaced. This would be determined by the caliber of the pistol, the type of load being put through it and so on. There are many variables involved. It is warranted for function from the factory, but not if it has just been worn out. I have heard of many of them lasting well beyond 10,000 rounds. If you would like us to take a look at your pistol for you, we would certainly be happy to. Those recoil assemblies are available from us. They are available for purchase and cost $14 apiece. The part number is XD5190. If you have any other questions, please let me know. Thank you. With Best Regards, Terry Bowers Regional Dealer Relations Springfield Armory Inc. 420 W. Main St. Geneseo, IL 61254 www.springfield-armory.com 1-800-680-6866 (ext. 8938) 1-800-617-6597 [email protected]





52.)
Q. What is the difference between regular ammo and “+” ammo?
A. Regular ammo has a given amount of propellent powder in it to make the bullet go out of the barrel at “X” speed. “+P” ammo has that same amount of propellant PLUS an extra amount, thus increasing the speed of the bullet. “+P+” ammo has more propellant then the “+P” ammo, thus giving you a very fast bullet.

53.)
Q. Does anyone have links to web sites showing the proper grip and stance I should have for shooting?
A. http://www.shootingusa.com/PRO_TIPS/pro_tips.html
B. http://americanshooter.com/Features/features.html This one has Rob Leatham’s bi-weekly classes.


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my only question regarding cleaning is whether you should use separately gun cleaner and gun lube-oil or whether a 2-in-1 cleaner/lube like breakfree is okay. i've been using the 2-in-1 for some time and have no probs with anything (ie: rust), but just went to wally world and they didn't have it, so I bought separate Hoppe's cleaner and lube.
 

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Ahh, yes Tec
That is the thread i was talking about. Now how about some help with those other questions ?
 

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Great post, I copied and saved that as a word file. Great info.
 

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Breakfree CLP is what I use. I used it for the last 12 years I was in the military.

Even if you don't fire your XD alot, you should still field strip it every so often and check it, even put a small amount over the XD. E-Mail Springfield if you have any questions. They have been pretty good about answering mine. From I have been told from others Springfield is good about backing up there warranty. I would much rather have them do the work or any modifications because its lifetime on all there work.
 

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Breakfree CLP is what I use. I used it for the last 12 years I was in the military.

Even if you don't fire your XD alot, you should still field strip it every so often and check it, even put a small amount over the XD. E-Mail Springfield if you have any questions. They have been pretty good about answering mine. From I have been told from others Springfield is good about backing up there warranty. I would much rather have them do the work or any modifications because its lifetime on all there work.
Is the CLP that you can buy the same wonderful CLP from the military?

I can't describe the smell, but I know it when I smell it!
 

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Is the CLP that you can buy the same wonderful CLP from the military?

I can't describe the smell, but I know it when I smell it!
It is the same...... I love the smell of Breakfree in the morning...... or was that Napalm?
 

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It is the same...... I love the smell of Breakfree in the morning...... or was that Napalm?

Cool. I bought a kit but I will replace with the CLP.
 
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