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Orange Glo for stocks?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by RNB65, Jun 21, 2007.

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  1. RNB65

    RNB65 Member

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    Anyone every use Orange Glo wood cleaner to clean wood stocks? Does is remove years of oil and gunk on old rifles?

    Thanks.
     
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    I collect old mil rifles, and I use a product called Mean Green to clean off nasty stocks. It is stronger than Orange Glo, but I don't let it soak into the wood. Just spray it on, wait 10 min. and wipe off.
     
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    How about Goo Gone? Is that safe on wood stocks?
     
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    I've wondered the same thing about citrus sprays. It would be nice to get that stinky cosmoline out of the stock of my SKS.
     
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    I have used Orange Glow and Simple Green for cleaning goop and gunk off Military stocks prior to refinishing.

    Simple Green is more cost effective.

    I use a product called Strip-Eze for removing the old finish and stain once the dirt and goop are cleaned off.
     
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