It's the only thing I use. I recommend not using the aerosol, because it does indeed get everywhere, and dispenses far more than you need in a single press of the button.armatron said:breakfree clp smells horrific and gets EVERYWHERE. I hope it works well.
The army uses clp almost exclusively, so its a habit. You had problems cleaning with it?armatron said:Okay CLP sucks. (at least the aerosol version) "clean, lube, protect"
I dunno about the lubing and protecting, but it doesn't clean for crap. I ended up using the cleaning solvent I was using before to get the black off.
I'm going to back to remoil. I really actually think I'm going to return the clp to walmart. I feel ripped of my $6.
I've been using RemOil for a while, but....well...it evaporates! Seriously, as a test, I put a few drops on a piece of metal, and a couple days later, it was all gone. What's up with that? Am I the only person who experiences this?armatron said:I'm going to back to remoil. I really actually think I'm going to return the clp to walmart. I feel ripped of my $6.
Breakfree came out on the market in the early 80s. I remember getting little samples from the gunshop. Wasn't too long ago, lets see, only about...........25 years!!!! :shock:retired said:I've used Breakfree since it came out (not sure when, but I know it was awhile ago) and I'm satisfied with it. I find that it cleans all of my weapons well.
It passed all of the inspections we had at the station, so it's a go for me.
But doesn't that make it more or less useless in the rust prevention department? (I have no doubts as to its lubricative properties).BigBob68 said:Rem-oil has teflon so evaporation is normal and to be expected. I love rem-oil because of that reason. I wipe down the firearm, hold it for a few minutes while it dries then buff it to a shine. Remington bore cleaner is good stuff right along with Blue Wonder gun cleaner.