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#1 2017-12-23 15:51:01 - Removing gunpowder residue from semi-porous surfaces

AndreWhere (839)
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From: Dunwoody, GA
Registered: 2017-08-24
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Removing gunpowder residue from semi-porous surfaces

Finally found something that does the trick. Not sure if it's safe on firearms themselves; you should really just use Powder Blast Break Free or something similar to clean them. But if you have a countertop or whatever that's become gray with powder residue, a product I found at Wal-Mart called "Restore4" does the trick. It's a solution of 7.1% phosphoric acid.


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#2 2017-12-23 18:29:21 - Removing gunpowder residue from semi-porous surfaces

USMstang (250)
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From: 7 miles North of Cat Island
Registered: 2017-08-25
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Re: Removing gunpowder residue from semi-porous surfaces

Gunscrubber is pretty badass too...it also strips any oils away!  It's pretty similar to brake cleaner but is slightly less odiferous.


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