Best Lubricant/Protectant for Stainless?

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    Question Best Lubricant/Protectant for Stainless?

    And, will one product work well for both Stainless and regular blued weapons? All input appreciated.
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    It seems like there are a few really good products out there and there are many opinions about which is BEST...

    I use Eezox and have for a while. I use it on my handguns, tools and anything else that I want to protect from rust.. It works for me in the North East climate.

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    I saw this in another thread. Really great article. I tend to stick with Break-Free CLP.

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    WeaponShield. Fantastic Stuff.
    I use it on Stainless & Blue Guns.
    http://www.steelshieldtech.com/mainp...on-shield.html


    I love this stuff.

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    I agree with Bosco on EEZOX. I used it for years when I lived in NY and it worked very well. I'm in Florida now and it works just as well in this climate. I think Break Free is also excellent. This is just my opinion, I think the Break Free is better to scrub and clean with but the Eezox protects better. The link CZ posted gives some good insight into how some of these products work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    WeaponShield. Fantastic Stuff.
    I use it on Stainless & Blue Guns.
    http://www.steelshieldtech.com/mainp...on-shield.html


    I love this stuff.
    Agreed, it's even better than George's original FP-10.
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    I just got some Otis "Special Forces Dry Lube" and I love it. I had used Rem Oil and CLP before and this is nice. It goes on wet and then dries to a slick finish that won't attract or hold dust, lint, or dirt.
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    I use ProtectAll on all my guns and rifles (blued & stainless) for exterior protection. Works great on both wood and synthetic stock also.

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    Hey bosco, cool link, thanks.
    I don't have what you would call a rust problem where I live, so I just use any light weight oil. Typically CLP. I tend to think the difference between best and the others is only going to matter to those mid westerners who can watch the rust form after they touch their steel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaserRonin View Post
    Hey bosco, cool link, thanks.
    I don't have what you would call a rust problem where I live, so I just use any light weight oil. Typically CLP. I tend to think the difference between best and the others is only going to matter to those mid westerners who can watch the rust form after they touch their steel.
    The link was from cz75luver, but thanks anyway.

    It is a great product, even some of my, not that often used, garden and carpenter's tools that used to lay around in my garage are rust free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    That's all that will touch my weapons! Highly recommended
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    I have used EEZOX for several years as a cleaner and protectant. Nothing finer IMHO.

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    I use Hoppes #9 or Remington's Bore Brite to clean the barrel, Rem Oil out of a spray can to get out the gunk from the rest of the weapon and a final application of Weapon's Shield on everything for lubrication and rust prevention. The best products for rust prevention are Weapons Shield or Gunzilla. Neither is cheap but rust is too expensive to cut corners.
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