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Cleaning Advice

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Humanartistry, Apr 28, 2011.

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  1. Humanartistry

    Humanartistry Member

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    Hey guys I could use some help here I have searched all over the web and cant find any discussions or articles on the subject most of my guns are all wood and metal but I recently purchased a FN FiveSeven (mostly polymer) and i would like to know if there are any cleaning products that are not safe for this material, also a little off topic I would greatly appreciate any input on aftermarket sights would like non battery operated fixed sights that will not interfere with your average carry holster



    Thanks I will give the floor to yall​
     
  2. dmlehto

    dmlehto Member

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    It depends on the composition of the polymer itself, just read the labels on whatever your using as a cleaning agent and BE SMART! if all else fail test on a small area that isn't really visible.
     
  3. Shadow 7D

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    Read the manual, they will tell you what to avoid
     
  4. Toforo

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    I use Ballistol on my FN57 as a light oil and cleaner and I use tetra-grease on "greasable" spots....

    If you have any doubts or questions, call their customer service for any specific "to do's" and "don't do's"
     
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