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    Boolit Master
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    Krud Kutter

    For you guys that wet tumble your brass, I have started using Krud Kutter & it is amazing. I have tryed everything under the sun. Dawn with vinigar lemon shine, Purple Power & so on. I had a contractor years back tell me to try Krud Kutter in my pressure washer for the siding on my house. I did
    & never looked back. The other day I picked some up at Lowes & thought I wonder how good this would work on wet tumbling my brass. Dumped a
    small amount in with just warm water, nothing else. Run it a couple of hours & WOW. It did a great job. Primer pockets clean, & inside inside the cases
    sparkled. Most likely there are others here that use it, but first for me.

    Fly
    Last edited by Fly; 03-20-2020 at 02:27 AM.

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    Ok, I’ll try it, but which flavor are you recommending? There are several formulations available.
    R/Griff

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    what are the active ingredients ?
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    I,m using the original cleaner degreaser. Ingredients? I will have to go out to my shop to see, but I will. It is a water based cleaner that
    is safe to use around the house & to environment I do know that.

    Fly

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    Quote Originally Posted by nun2kute View Post
    what are the active ingredients ?
    Here you go! https://www.rustoleum.com/product-ca...al-krud-kutter

    Fly

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    Interesting ingredients. Alcohol and lye seem to be the most 'active'.

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    Lye? Yikes, that's some strong stuff. I assume you rinse the brass afterwards.

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    I use that to clean the glass on the door of my smoker...I don't have the need to get my brass any cleaner than ground walnut gets it.
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    That’s great news. Can you let us know if the brass maintains its shine after a few months?
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    Well it has for the last week. We will see. Like I said I have cleaned the siding on my house & used it as a house
    hole cleaner, & it works great.

    Fly

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    Any ammonia in it?

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    I was surprised by how many product in the Krud Kutter line. https://www.rustoleum.com/product-ca...s/krud-kutter/
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