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Posted: 1/12/2006 8:35:10 AM EDT
Whats the best way to clean a synthetic stock and keep it looking decent? What products do you use? I spoke to a local gun shop and the suggested armoral (sp?), but I don't want it to look glossy or feel slick.

Thanks.
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 8:35:37 AM EDT
Soap and water.
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 8:56:37 AM EDT
Besides soap and water, does anyone use a particular product on their synthetic stock that works good?
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 8:57:54 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Firedude:
Besides soap and water, does anyone use a particular product on their synthetic stock that works good?



Uh...Dial and Aquafina?
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 9:00:23 AM EDT

Originally Posted By SubnetMask:

Originally Posted By Firedude:
Besides soap and water, does anyone use a particular product on their synthetic stock that works good?



Uh...Dial and Aquafina?



Link Posted: 1/12/2006 9:01:44 AM EDT
Synthetic soap, and rinse well with dehydrated water to prevent spots.




I just wipe it off and oil it up with the rest of the weapon.
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 9:01:57 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Bama-Shooter:
Soap and water.




Soap and water that's all you need.
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 10:49:36 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/12/2006 10:50:51 AM EDT by ShadowCompany]
I had a synthetic stock that dried out so I tried ArmourAll (it's an automotive product for plastics and rubber parts) but it didn't work all that great and it left somewhat of a residue. Haven't tried anything else yet but would like to find something that works good on synthetics, and doesn't leave them slick or filmy. I'm surprised gun cleaning products companies don't have something specifically for treating synthetic stocks.
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:10:07 AM EDT
I just rub some Breakfree on mine.
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:13:09 AM EDT
If its a black stock and you want to cover scratches and blemishes, whipe it down with black kiwi shoe polish after the soap and water treatment. It covers the scratches and the wax gives it some water resistance. Its good to use of the finish of the rifle for the same purposes.
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:13:50 AM EDT
409 or armor all
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:21:31 AM EDT
Rub gun oil on it, and then wipe the excess off. It will be nice and shiny, and it won't be all slippery either, unless you don't wipe it off.
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:29:31 AM EDT
Simple Green. Also works on the metal.

I've never seen a synthetic stock that "needed" oil. It isn't wood.
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:30:50 AM EDT
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:32:35 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Dusty_C:
409 or armor all

Wouldn't armor all make it hard to hold on to?
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:34:26 AM EDT
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:37:41 AM EDT
I like to use mud and my dirty sutty patches from when I clean my other guns.
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:39:21 AM EDT
synthetic stock on what?
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:55:17 AM EDT

Originally Posted By VTHOKIESHOOTER:

Originally Posted By Dusty_C:
409 or armor all

Wouldn't armor all make it hard to hold on to?





Yes. Which is why you should never use the stuff on your car pedals or steering wheel. I suspect shoe polish might act the same way.

Soap and water is all you need.
Link Posted: 1/12/2006 11:56:28 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Lancelot:

Originally Posted By VTHOKIESHOOTER:

Originally Posted By Dusty_C:
409 or armor all

Wouldn't armor all make it hard to hold on to?





Yes. Which is why you should never use the stuff on your car pedals or steering wheel. I suspect shoe polish might act the same way.

Soap and water is all you need.


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Link Posted: 1/12/2006 12:23:36 PM EDT

Originally Posted By The_Beer_Slayer:

Originally Posted By ken_mays:
Simple Green. Also works on the metal.

I've never seen a synthetic stock that "needed" oil. It isn't wood.



simple green is Very mildly caustic to alluminum and other metals. use with care as it could damage the reienforcement in the stock if not completely rinsed.



It ain't lye. Never had problems with it personally.
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