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Gunzilla vs Ballistol?

This is a discussion on Gunzilla vs Ballistol? within the Firearm Cleaning & Maintenance forums, part of the General Firearm Discussion category; Originally Posted by zacii another pleased user of Gunzilla here I use it exclusively Same here!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zacii View Post
    another pleased user of Gunzilla here

    I use it exclusively
    Same here!
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    Is Gunzilla a protectant, a lube, a cleaner or all of the above??
    All the above..
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    highly recommend Ballistol..non-toxic,leaves a nice slippery teflon like film..

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    Saw a Hickok45 video on YouTube and he uses Ballistol.

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    I have never used Gunzilla but I recently purchased Ballistol. I used to use Break Free CLP. Ballistol is as good as if not better than Break Free. I think it cleans a bit better. I also like the smell of Ballistol (I know I am weird). I does smell a bit like dirty socks but also is smells like Anise. I purchased Ballistol for a lot cheaper than I was paying for break Free

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    I use Ballistol exclusively. I like the fact that it's water soluble – makes for easy cleanup.

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    I think gunzilla is as good as a lot of other products out there which do the same thing with one exception.

    Gunzilla = Non Toxic! No ammonia, no petroleum distillates, no cancer causing products and no strong odor.

    I will also say that lead and carbon build-up just seems to melt right off the gun.

    I've used Hoppes #9 and Break-Free for the last 30 years with a smattering of others when those two weren't available. I am just finishing up my first bottle of Gunzilla, and I'm a total convert. I am ordering more tonight.

    The older I get the more I think about the levels of toxic exposure I get. No need to introduce more neurological bad stuff if it can be avoided. I like the non-toxic formulation of Gunzilla. I think it's worth the expense for that alone. But it just seems to clean better and keeps dust and dirt away from my guns better too.
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    Love Ballistol (but gotta watch use with soft metals e.g., gold leaf and nickle plating), but I prefer Gunzilla . . . almost no smell.
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