I am looking for a EASY wipe on wipe off product that will simply give wooden furniture (rifles/shotguns) a good cleaning.
Don't want to take away too much essential elements that would be needed for longevity. but esp do not want add any oils or something that may damage or change the...
Some of you may have seen my post about the old Boston Whaler I recently purchased. The old girl needs quite a bit of work - and a lot of cleaning - so I thought I'd share a couple of cleaning tips that have served me well.
The hull has around fifteen years of grime and algae growth on the...
Its time for me to buy a GOOD cleaning rod. I have several of the pull through "snake" devices. I have an older NON COATED rod, but know I need better than this!!
SO......tell me what to get. I see coated ones and carbon fiber rods, etc. What do y'all use??
I recently picked up a couple of used Lyman 450 Lub-Sizers. Both are caked in old lube. Does anyone have a recommended way to clean them up? Thought about using a heat gun to soften it or pouring boiling water on it.
I’m sure most of us here have experienced the need for a third hand when cleaning or assembling a long gun of some type. Heck, there’s been times I wished I’d had a third hand to when doing maintenance on a couple of handguns. So, to that end, I’m considering purchasing a Gun Cleaning Vise ala...
I am cleaning some rifles that were in storage for a long time. One leather sling is badly mildewed. It is tan colored. I think that I took some laundry detergent and cleaned one before. And after drying out put a preservative.