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Old 04-22-2013, 02:31 AM   #1
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Just want to put this out there for the uninitiated. Frog lube works. Hands down, throwing away everything I have except the frog lube. If you haven't used it, you're missing out.
Cleans and lubes up guns better than anything I've ever used.



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Old 04-22-2013, 02:36 AM   #2
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Let me put this in perspective. I found a Swiss Army knife that was all gummed up and couldn't even open. I soaked it in soapy water for 2 days, no go. Soaked it in liquid wrench for 2 days, no go.
Then I tried CLP because why not?... No go.
Busted out the big daddy, PB Blaster. Soaked it for a day and a half... No go. Was going to pitch the knife but remembered the frog lube. Cleaned the knife, applied frog lube and it started working in minutes. Within 30 minutes of cleaning and applying frog lube, its back to new.



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You treating your guns twice initially?

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Yeah, I did the full 9 yards, even heated the old petroleum based crap out of the metal, cleaned, reheated, then applied the frog lube.
My Saiga was jamming up on low brass, I polished all the friction points in the action with 2000 grit sand paper... No go. But when I hit it up with frog lube it cycles everything, smooth as silk.

There's even a test some dude did on YouTube and frog lube prevented rust better than every gun product on the market...

Good stuff. And it smells so minty.

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Saw it. Brake rotor, right?

Treated 4 of my guns so far. 3 of them are Flat dark earth. Haven't shot them yet, but I'm looking forward to seeing how easily they clean up afterwards.

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Bought a few single serving tubes today. I'm not much of a skeptic, but I want to see what I think before getting a big batch. The store owner showed me his FN that's been treated. Then showed me another of his guns that's been treated and has been soaking in a bucket of salt water for the past three weeks. One tiny speck right behind the front sight on that Kimber, looks like it was just missed in the treatment process. Seemed to function perfectly, broke it down and no rust anywhere on any internals.

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I've really been happy so far with the "Frog".

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Works good for me. Makes my gun smell nice too. I use the paste.

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This stuff has just started being advertised in Australia, might give it a try now I've heard some good things about it.



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