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Which do you use and why? Have you tried both? Lead removal? Do you use them as both a cleaner and a lube? I know the Eezox is a rust preventative, but what about the Gunzilla?

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I have used both and my strong, personal preference is Eezox. I use it for cleaning and protection and have done so for over ten years.. I don't plan on changing as it is an excellent product.:duh:
 

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I'm popping popcorn
 

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I just ordered a bottle of Gunzilla, I hope its good.

PS. I have had popcorn and yes, it is very good.
 

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I have only used Gunzilla. I must say that I was impressed by it compared to other stuff I was using.
 

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Do a search and you will find a ton of info on Gunzilla. It's the best on the market IMHO.
 

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Ill throw a wrench in the works...Gunzilla, Eezox, or Militec-1?
 

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Do a search and you will find a ton of info on Gunzilla. It's the best on the market IMHO.

I've done a couple of searches. If you Google Eezox you will see alot of great responses on that as well. My question is which is better based on hands on experience with both products.
 

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I've done a couple of searches. If you Google Eezox you will see alot of great responses on that as well. My question is which is better based on hands on experience with both products.
That I can't tell you as I have never used Eezox, I'm sure someone here has tried both though. Good luck
 

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i'm also interested in trying Gunzilla and other low odor,non-toxic gun cleaning products..i've tried Hoppes Elite and liked it alot..
 

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Ok, here comes another wrench. I’ve used Break-Free ever since it came out. Recently, I purchased a 16-oz bottle of Gunzilla and I used it on my 642-P. Well, it cleaned it Ok, but it also oxidized, or otherwise discolored the black finish. Perhaps it’s how I used it but I never had any similar issues with Break-Free. One thing I really noticed is that Gunzilla will dry quickly after use so I suspect it conatains some sort of drying agent. So, for soaking of finished metal parts I'm sticking with Break-Free. I'll continue to use the remainder of the Gunzilla on barrels and some unfinished parts and possibly stainless, but when it's gone, it's gone.
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I have used a lot of different products and Eezox is my all time favorite. It cleans good and leaves a protective layer that doesn't gunk up. I've got every officer at my dept using it.
 

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I'm a newly minted Gunzilla fan. Received a 16 oz bottle last week and have ran it through all my pistols and rifles. It REALLY cleaned the Mosin Nagant well and I always have trouble cleaning it. I also really like the odor it puts off. It's not offensive and smells like pine nuts.

I cannot say anything about Eezox because I have never heard of it until this thread.
 

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My turn, I haven't tried either, but use a product called Blue Wonder. Not only does it work well, but it does all the work. Safe on bluing too!
 

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I use Gunzilla and it works good leaving a slick film
 

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Eezox on everything. Guns, tools almost anything that is metal and needs cleaning and rust prevention. After it is applied and dry I give the metal a quick wipe down. It prevents rust and makes future cleaning a breeze.

I have not used Gunzilla but am very happy with the results from Eezox.

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