Birchwood Casey "Gun Scrubber" any good?


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Fellow Firearms Friends, Fanatics, Followers, Folks, and Aficionados:

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Birchwood Casey "Gun Scrubber" (spray can) - is this stuff a "good" general/all-purpose cleaner for ALL firearms, please?

Any/all opinions, etc. are welcome!

Thanks in advance,
Glenn...
 

For a quick, easy clean/degrease of the action its fine. Have to remember two things. When it blasts away the crud, the crud gets moved to a different location so you have to keep moving it till its out of the gun. As it is a degreaser you must relube after.
 
Birchwood Casey's Gun Scrubber

Fellow Firearms Friends, Fanatics, Followers, Folks, and Aficionados:

Not sure which sub-forum would be any better suited for this question, so here we go......

Birchwood Casey "Gun Scrubber" (spray can) - is this stuff a "good" general/all-purpose cleaner for ALL firearms, please?

Any/all opinions, etc. are welcome!

Thanks in advance,
Glenn...

Glenn: I use it for the hard to reach areas--works great.

As HIWALL said, be sure to lubricate afterwards as it cleans out the gunk AND the lubrication.
 
Glenn: I use it for the hard to reach areas--works great.

As HIWALL said, be sure to lubricate afterwards as it cleans out the gunk AND the lubrication.

Got it - thank you much, and yes...careful where this cleaner is sprayed (and wherever it may "dibble" or run), and LUBE WELL after use of this particular cleaning product...not for wood or some plastics.

Thanks again.
 

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