Need info on Gun cleaners DFW area

Axxe55

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Well I wouldnt sell it to you anyway.

But in aviation everything cost twice as much.


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Damn. Now my feelings are really hurt.

But honestly, i really do have my standards and ethics of who I do business with. You sir, just don't measure up IMO for known reasons.

And you thought I needed to spend twice as much, for what reason? I'm cleaning guns, not working on an airplane!
 

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Or, just a thought, I mean, might be crazy but, Hoppes #9, some brushes and patches has always done a great job for me.
No man, you're exactly right. Yet having seen first hand what will come off of a heavily used piece that was already clean the traditional way and then took a bath in an ultrasonic washer, I started thinking about getting my own. Now if I can't accomplish this for like $250-300 all in, Hoppes and elbow grease it will be. I mean, I'm not Mad John restoring museum pieces or anything nor am I trying to be.
 

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No man, you're exactly right. Yet having seen first hand what will come off of a heavily used piece that was already clean the traditional way and then took a bath in an ultrasonic washer, I started thinking about getting my own. Now if I can't accomplish this for like $250-300 all in, Hoppes and elbow grease it will be. I mean, I'm not Mad John restoring museum pieces or anything nor am I trying to be.



Or if you would like to go with a standard type parts cleaner.


 

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Yeah, the cheap ultrasonic is the direction I'm heading.
What solution to fill it with, between use filtration options and complete fluid change frequencies are what I'm currently weighing out to see if this little experiment is going to be cost effective or not.
 

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Y’all need more red neck. This is how I clean lowers. Get box. Spray clp into lower. Fire up air compressor. Spray bs out of lower into box.

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Yeah, the cheap ultrasonic is the direction I'm heading.
What solution to fill it with, between use filtration options and complete fluid change frequencies are what I'm currently weighing out to see if this little experiment is going to be cost effective or not.
They do make some cleaners that are specific to the ultrasonic cleaners. That might be a place to start.

My brother uses a mixture of water and a water based concentrated degreaser in his ultrasonic cleaner.
 

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Y’all need more red neck. This is how I clean lowers. Get box. Spray clp into lower. Fire up air compressor. Spray bs out of lower into box.

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A real redneck would just dunk and swish it around in the creek behind the house!
 

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Y’all need more red neck. This is how I clean lowers. Get box. Spray clp into lower. Fire up air compressor. Spray bs out of lower into box.

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Naw player, I'm only looking to do this for some of my nicer and more expensive handguns.
 

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