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Token Liberal Hippie
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Is there anything this stuff can't do?

I just got done detail cleaning the Taurus (bored out of my skull) and noticed the pocketknife I used to pry out the takedown pin was squeaky, so I squirted a little CLP on it.

Better than new.

So what else can I use this stuff for? I'm thinking about squirting a little bit on my squeaky car door...
 

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It also makes an excellent sandwich condiment.
 

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Maybe I'll give it another try. When I used it for cleaning I thought the residue was a little too oily. Using the spray gets everything oily. I normally don't use alot of oil after cleaning, just a drop here and there, especially when cleaning my Glock (it literally gets 3 drops).
 

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It also seems to make an excellent aftershave and moisturizer.

Especially if you're trying to attract other gun owners.

We'll have to see how it does as a mixer for gin later tonight.
 

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Adam5 said:
Maybe I'll give it another try. When I used it for cleaning I thought the residue was a little too oily. Using the spray gets everything oily. I normally don't use alot of oil after cleaning, just a drop here and there, especially when cleaning my Glock (it literally gets 3 drops).
I had a thread on this awhile back too. I thought the same thing about it, I had to get a clean dry rag to wipe off all the residue. The good thing is that it seems to permeate every space on the gun...at least I know it won't get rusted inside.
 

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Rammstein said:
I love the stuff!
That's nice. And we all appreciate you sharing that with us, but....

Just exactly what do you find is your favorite use for this wonder elixir? Mixer, aftershave, condiment, personal lubricant or..............?

Inquiring minds really do want to know...
 

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Someone did post a CLP shooter on here a couple weeks ago. Sounded good after a few cold ones but not sure now.
 

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I tried it again and liked it. This time I cleaned my rifles as usual with Hoppes#9. After I was done, I sprayed the bolt and action with CLP, let is soak for a bit and woked the bolt a few times. The action in my Mauser is just about as smooth I can can remember, and the action in my new Mosin is just as smooth.
 

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I use CLP for most of my gun-cleaning duties. CLP and Q-tips. That's pretty much it. That and a good set of bore brushes and a used toothbrush.

It cleans, lubricates and protects 8)

I also use it on my squeaky car doors. I also mix CLP with baking soda and make a few extra bucks on the side.
 

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foshizzle said:
I also use it on my squeaky car doors. I also mix CLP with baking soda and make a few extra bucks on the side.
According to the Brady folks, you should be selling that to college-aged gun owners.

We smoke crack, you know.
 

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This stuff is also great to take gunk from stickers off of stuff.

I'm about to see how it is for getting brake dust off of rims.
 

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And if you call in the next ten minutes we'll give you TWO bottles for the price of ONE!
 
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