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  1. Hello .. went through the same motions and just got the L.E.Wilson - Sinclair stainless steel trimmer with micrometer. Might want to look at the Forster trimmer also [emoji6] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Hey there .. looks like this: (I use 1oz/gal)
  3. @ Kenstone ... try “Brass Juice” or “Bore Tech Case Cleaner”
  4. Hello gents ... experimented with several products for wet-tumbling and found that approx 30-35’ produced the same outcome compared to longer times. I tumble de-capped brass. I started using the commonly used Dawn/Lemi-shine mix with good cleaning results. I moved on to use Boreteck’s case cleaner at a ratio of 1oz/gal. The results are spectacular. Primer pockets are spotless. I have ordered some “Brass Juice” to experiment without the Pins. After a final rinse I lightly dry the brass with a towel and then place them on an old cookie sheet on top of the “Shoe drying rack” in the clothes dryer for about 15’. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. If interested ... the shinny brass is the lemi-shine/dawn mixture and the more golden hue is the BoreTech case cleaner solution (I use 1oz per gallon and a little dawn) ... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Greetings Gents ... tried several “dryers” myself and migrated back to the old fashion clothes dryer shoe rack method .. I set the dryer on low for 15’ and poor the brass on an old cookie sheet and voila .. just get ready for some remarks from the boss-lady [emoji3061][emoji6] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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