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Clenzoil, Eezox or Breakfree?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by jakearoo, Jun 7, 2007.

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  1. jakearoo

    jakearoo Active Member

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    What do you use and which is best and why? I need to stock up on something. Jake
     
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    I have been using 711 made by Sprayon(divison of Sherwin Williams) for over 20 years. It is the best lub and corrosion inhibitor I have ever used. It drys and leaves no greasy film. I have never had a spot of rust even after leaving guns set for years. Every body I show it to tries it and loves it. And I do not work for them. Glenn
     
  3. jakearoo

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    99, There you go making me even more confused. I have not used (nor truthfully heard of) 711. I really want to stock up on the best CLP and just go with it. I AM concerned about rust protection. I live close to the ocean. Folks say Clenzoil is the best for eating rust. Eezox claims nothing protects better and I know some folks love Breakfree. I am looking for ease of use and BEST protection. Others? Jake
     
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    I wish I had never heard of 7/11 ... they used to decent coffee there but nows it swampwater crap and the only thing that keeps me going there is they have a killer brownie in the donut case or are you meaning some other 711?
     
  5. Straight99

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    Sorry I did not mean to confuse you. Thats all I use and have had very good luck with it. It is real damp here also and so is my basement. I was an auto mechanic for 40 years and used a lot of industrial products. This was one of those. Glenn
     
  6. W.P.T.

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    Clenzoil is what I use and find it to do just what it was designed to do, which is protect your guns and many other applications such as leather products ... I keep a bottle of "Slip 2000" around also ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
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    99.... I have used all the ones you mentioned above and I settled on Breakfree. I also live by the ocean, and regulary shoot in some generally moist conditions. I have spent many hours in a duck boat on the Humboldt Bay, as well as in the salt water marshes surrounding the bay. I have used Breakfree exclusively on my duck gun since it was new and have had zero problems with rust or corrosion. I use it on my Perazzi as well and have had no problems at all....Just my experience....Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
  8. Straight99

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    I have used both 711's. This one comes in a spray can. Glenn
     
  9. lumper

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    Dang ... your kind of lucky WireyDude. Most who use that for there guns have problem with it eating the metal under the bluing as well.
     
  10. jakearoo

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    Lumps & Wiredude, You guys serious? 7/11 took off finish (bluing)or worse? Brakefree is looing better all the time. Jake
     
  11. Big Bopper

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    He is talking about the 7-11 convenience store! Joe is a slang term for coffee. I'm a Clenzoil fan. Crush 'em all! Bob
     
  12. lumper

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    jakearoo ... the 7/11 we are mentioning is the convenience store not product that straight99 is talking about. Note the mention of coffee and brownies and such ... it is not the product that straight99 is talking about but the 7/11 convenience store.
     
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    Like TRAP2 I live here at the ocean with him. I have used BreakFree and have had no problems on my hunting or trap guns. Breakfree CLP is just that, Cleaner, Lubricant and Protector. They do have another product that is thicker and leans more to the protection side. I bought my first little bottle of it to try a couple of months ago and use it on my longer term storage guns that are not used frequently. Mike
     
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    been using mobil 1--if its good enough for the hottest cars inthe world its good enough for my model 12
     
  15. jakearoo

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    When you use the Eezox, do you use it alone as the company suggests? Do you grease the lugs in addition or not? Do you clean up the guns pre-eezox with degreaser? Jake
     
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    When I use Ee-zox, I apply it by rag like any oil.

    I use LPS-3 Rust Inhibitor on machine tools (lathe/mill) when I know they are going to sit for a long while w/o use.

    Mainly, I use Rem Oil........but, I am not a "ruster" either.-Jerald
     
  17. Hitapair

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    So what do you guys use to make a semi auto (1187 or 390) function in sub zero(farenheit) temps?
     
  18. Anti-Fed

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    Been using Breakfree...but then never heard of the other 3. Where can they be found?

    Jed
     
  19. Straight99

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    I have used 711 at sub freezing temps. and it works. You can get it at Sherwin Williams paint stores or any store that handles Sprayon paint. Sprayon paint is their trade name. I have also found it at auto parts stores and at industrial supply companys like www.taindustrial.com Glenn
     
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    Glenn,

    Thank you sir.
     
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