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Anyone ever tried it? How do you like it?


Below is a link and description for the product.


http://www.eabco.com/WipeOut.htm

Wipe-Out™ Bore Cleaning Foam
Brushless Foaming Accuracy Treatment...
A customer came in recently and raved about restoring a favorite gun to accuracy with Wipe-Out Foaming Bore Cleaner. He had cleaned the barrel thoroughly with brushes and solvents and it still wouldn't shoot accurately. Then he tried Wipe-Out. The patch came out bright blue... which means lots of copper was embedded in his bore. After cleaning with Wipe-Out, the gun became accurate just like when it was new.
Wipe-Out is different, but easy to use. Point the nozzle down the bore and squirt. The barrel instantly fills with expanding foam that penetrates every nook and cranny. Wait an hour and then just Wipe-Out the bore with a cleaning rod, tight fitting jag, and patch. No brushing!
Not acid and not ammonia, Wipe-Out is gentle on rifle barrel steels...
Its odorless, yet dissolves copper, carbon, brass, bronze, and powder fouling. The patch color tells the tale... Blue is copper fouling. Gray/black is carbon and powder fouling. When the patch comes out colorless, the barrel is clean! If you need a cleaning rod, jag, and patches, please click here (for a 12 Piece Jag Set Click Here) After cleaning with Wipe-Out, we recommend treating the bore with a good gun oil such as Clenzoil™... which also acts as a fouling retardent. If you like accuracy, you have to try Wipe-Out™... The 5 oz. can lasts a LONG time... Order your's today!
 

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Doug is this your product? I feel like I'm reading an infomercial.
 

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Wipe Out bore cleaner.....

I use this on ALL my rifles now. :D I don't use anything else, anymore.:D
It does a great job and takes very little effort. I like it a lot.:D
 

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It works very well. I like the foaming cleaners. You just have to be careful not to get it on the stock, as it will eat some finishes.
 
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