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Anyone used Magic Eraser on/in their gun?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by gossamer, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. gossamer

    gossamer Well-Known Member

    Great information Airbrush and Micro... Thanks!
  2. jeepnik

    jeepnik Well-Known Member

    The key word is "traces". For Pete's sake, you'd have to drink the stuff to get enough formaldahyde to do any damage.

    Oh, and guess what, I be a chemist, eyes can even spell it.
  3. Traces, certainly,but I mentioned long term application would Take its Toll...If someone is a compentent gun owner who cleans his firearm or collects them Cleaning should be done on a Regular basis, I clean My weapons after each time I use them...
  4. M-Cameron

    M-Cameron member

    Hell, given the amount of trace material you come into contact every day.... I'm going to bet occasional exposure to traces of formaldehyde is the least of your worries....

    It's not trace exposure to chemicals you need to worry about, it's exposure to substances your body has a hard time removing(ie. heavy metals)

    I would be more concerned about all the lead you are breathing in at the range than I would be about chemicals in my cleaning products.
  5. gossamer

    gossamer Well-Known Member

    I think he was talking about the risk to the gun/finish of those trace amounts for formaldehyde and Sodium Chloride. Not me personally.

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