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Old 09-09-2020, 02:18 PM   #1
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Citrus powered CLP?

Anyone heard of this or used it? Seems to get great reviews. Makes sense using citrus as a mild solvent too.

https://adigaarmory.com/clp/
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Old 09-09-2020, 02:56 PM   #2
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Anyone heard of this or used it? Seems to get great reviews. Makes sense using citrus as a mild solvent too.

https://adigaarmory.com/clp/
No, never heard of it so no opinion.

Citrus cleaner has some dilution of d'limonene if it's real. d'limonene is made from citrus fruit peel and comes in strengths strong enough to eat the skin off your bones to nothing more than a fragrance. My experience is on both ends of the scale. I think a lot of "citrus cleaners" are nothing more than smell and soap. Pure d'limonene is dangerous stuff. I worked for a company that bought it in 55 gallon drums and we diluted it to clean painted surface that were oily. It doesn't take much to get hurt by it. FWIW.
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How does 1 product from any manufacture accomplish 3 tasks from 1 application.

Conger up something to market for cleaning,lubricating,protecting automotive finishes w/ 1 application to include windows & you could retire next week.

Snake Oils are abundant in all industries.
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I prefer something that has been around for a while and well proven like Slip 2000, M-Pro, and Breakfree products.
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I like checking out new firearm products but I have a can Breakfree thatís almost 4 years old and is nowhere close to being empty. Also 2 cans of Lucas CLP that are almost 2 years old same thing.



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I prefer something that has been around for a while and well proven like Slip 2000, M-Pro, and Breakfree products.
Yep: I have a bottle of Slip 2000 that I've used for around 3 years and it is still about half full. A VERY little does a fantastic job: I'm talking just a few drops per handgun.

I used Frog Lube for several years and swore by it, until I bought my first P238 and got a little plastic "sleeve" of the SLIP with the gun. I bought one bottle of it and have been using that Slip ever since on my handguns, except for Glock, and my last Glock is going to be gifted to my granddaughter soon. I still feel that Frog Lube is fantastic, but it takes longer when you add in the time to heat all the various parts of the gun HOT enough for the FL to actually work properly.

Hubby sometimes uses Breakfree. I tried it once and didn't care for it.

This new product reads like it will probably work well, but like others I stick with what I know.
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At least for lube.
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How does 1 product from any manufacture accomplish 3 tasks from 1 application.

Conger up something to market for cleaning,lubricating,protecting automotive finishes w/ 1 application to include windows & you could retire next week.

Snake Oils are abundant in all industries.
I'm inclined to agree. I found "Adiga Armory" through a review I read on another product. I found it interesting that an "Armory" only seems to sell 1 product. This citrus stuff. But hey, never hurts to ask. I'm always willing to switch products (I only use breakfree), if it's genuinely better.
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Sounds like an essential oil.
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