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    Lyman 450 Lubrisizer help.

    I let a friend take my Lubersizer to lube pistol bullets and he left pistol lube in it. I lube with SPG. Any suggestions on the best way to get the lube that's in there now out? Thanks:
    Gary

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    Boolit Master mehavey's Avatar
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    - Run the pressure nut down/squeeze the excess left out into the open die channel, and poke it out the bottom (twisted paper towel).
    - Pull the screw and pressure nut out completely.
    - Pour boiling water through all and wipe things out (twisted-up paper towel again) while still warm
    - Re-fill (after cooling) w/ SPG/DFL/Crisvo-Beeswax (etc)

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    mehavey.
    Thanks. Gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by mehavey View Post
    - Run the pressure nut down/squeeze the excess left out into the open die channel, and poke it out the bottom (twisted paper towel).
    - Pull the screw and pressure nut out completely.
    - Pour boiling water through all and wipe things out (twisted-up paper towel again) while still warm
    - Re-fill (after cooling) w/ SPG/DFL/Crisvo-Beeswax (etc)
    I did very similar except i pushed the "bullet" rod down halfway and that way when I screwed in plunger it it ejected lube in same fashion as sausage is made and I just rolled it in to circle. Than i used long flat screw and other tools to scoop up the rest. I didnt want to deal with water. It worked out pretty well and I saved the old lube. This was Ben's Red other lubes might be more difficult or easier to deal with.

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    When I clean my 450 I put it in a big stock pot and boil it.
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