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Posted: 8/23/2004 8:17:53 PM EST
A buddy of mine was telling me about using Kroil Oil as a cleaning agent. Anyone use this? Alone or with some other cleaner,..Interested as I have an unlimited supply of Kroil.....Thanks,Udog
Link Posted: 8/23/2004 9:57:30 PM EST
I used it awhile along with the J&B bore compound on a bench gun.Worked pretty well.If Kroil is used alone it takes a overnight soaking to get all the fouling loose...but it will work.
My favorite CLP,FP-10 cleans about the same way...uses a penetrant base oil as a solvent.Just needs some soak time.
Raymond
Link Posted: 8/23/2004 10:01:08 PM EST
Kroil is a "creeping" oil, leave it soak and clean afterwords, also be careful with it and make sure your ammo does not come in contact with Kroil, it will ruin the primers

I use Kroil when my barrel is really fouled
Link Posted: 8/24/2004 8:32:43 AM EST
I find that Kroil works really well on lead and powder fouling, but does nothing for copper fouling. As such, its great in my rimfire guns, and I use it in my bolt actions, and I use a 50/50mix with FP-10 in a small bottle for soaking my AR bolt or pistol barrels in. It smells ok too.

It also works pretty good on rusted/stuck nuts and bolts. Better than WD-40.
Link Posted: 8/26/2004 12:56:27 PM EST
Kroil is gooood stuff. Works with JB bore paste on moly removal as well.
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