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    Does anyone else but me use EEZOX as a cleaner and lubricant for their firearms? I have used it for years. I first became aquainted with it as a preferred cleaner/lubricant for my Seecamp. I think it is some good stuff. What do you think?

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    I use it all of the time! That, and Ballistol on some.
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    My favorite cleaner and protectant!
    I've been using Eezox for 5-6 years now. That, a little sno-grease on my 1911 rails and some 40wt for my AR bolts.
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    I have used it in the past without any problems... seemed to work just fine.
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    I, too, have used it exclusively for 4-5 years. It cleans like nobody's business (be careful around rubber and plastic!!!) and leaves a coating that protects and lubes. I also have just started using Ballistol for tight spots where Eezox won't go and a little spray of Ballistol will. Both great products.
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    Both have many uses. I put some Ballistol on a tough door lock (applied on the key) and it's like butter now.
    EEZOX on hinges works great too.
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    I've used a lot of things that worked well on firearms, only a couple I wouldn't use again. There is no "best" gun-cleaning/lubing product, just as there's no "best" car color--just individual preferences. Pick one that serves your purposes and stick with it. If it's EEZOX for you, make the most of it.
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    EEZOX, mmmm At the range, people thought I was weird for smelling my pistol before loading a round. Then they realized I'm just generally weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N.M. Edmands View Post
    EEZOX, mmmm At the range, people thought I was weird for smelling my pistol before loading a round. Then they realized I'm just generally weird.
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    I use it as cleaner and sole lubricant for my Seecamp and primarily as a cleaner for all my others. Love the stuff.

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    It was one of the lubes that kept my machine guns operating when I was a 19D Platoon Sergeant, i use the heck out of it as a civilian.
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    I switched from CLP to Eezox after I found out about it's super scientific water repelling properties. Works well on other stuff too. I've also use Renaissance Wax on a few gun finishes. The manufacturer says you can use it on the internals of working firearms but that scares me a bit.

    Honestly, every gun cleaner/lubricant I've ever used did what it was supposed to basically do, from my Dad's antique Hoppes on.
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    Renaissance Wax on a finish is okay, I'll stick to EEZOX or Ballistol for the internals.
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    I have been wanting to get some, but my LGS did not carry it. I found it on Amazon, but not sure if that is a good price or not.

    I assume I don't need a large container of it, but, most things are cheaper in larger quantities.
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    It removed the finish on my Saiga .308 rifle (since sold). Probably more an issue with the crappy Russian finish than the Eezox, but still, I've stayed away from it since.

    I currently use Fireclean, and TW 25B grease for most lube, but really, they all seem to work about the same. The main difference seems to be around smell (or lack of) and how toxic (or not) it supposedly is. Then there is cost - thinking about going back to the ol' CLP because of it. Some of the newer stuff is just darn expensive.
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