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Several threads about it if you search.

Personally I use a mixture of 50% white vinegar and 50% hydrogen peroxide (creates Parecetic Acid). Soak the comp in it for a few hours or overnight. Lead and carbon will scrape out like butter. Rinse and repeat. Wear rubber gloves when handling anything that was in the mixture. I have never had it stain or damage a stainless or titanium comp. Just be careful using it on softer metals such as aluminum since it could actually start to dissolve the aluminum if left soaking too long.

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Several threads about it if you search.

Personally I use a mixture of 50% white vinegar and 50% hydrogen peroxide (creates Parecetic Acid). Soak the comp in it for a few hours or overnight. Lead and carbon will scrape out like butter. Rinse and repeat. Wear rubber gloves when handling anything that was in the mixture. I have never had it stain or damage a stainless or titanium comp. Just be careful using it on softer metals such as aluminum since it could actually start to dissolve the aluminum if left soaking too long.

I also spray the comp with anti-splatter welding spray after cleaning. Seems to make the next clean up a little easier.

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Several threads about it if you search.

Personally I use a mixture of 50% white vinegar and 50% hydrogen peroxide (creates Parecetic Acid). Soak the comp in it for a few hours or overnight. Lead and carbon will scrape out like butter. Rinse and repeat. Wear rubber gloves when handling anything that was in the mixture. I have never had it stain or damage a stainless or titanium comp. Just be careful using it on softer metals such as aluminum since it could actually start to dissolve the aluminum if left soaking too long.

I also spray the comp with anti-splatter welding spray after cleaning. Seems to make the next clean up a little easier.

Dillon case lube works well too. Just a small shot before you shoot the gun.

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