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Water spots on my new Beretta 686 stock

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by sshotshell, May 28, 2011.

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  1. sshotshell

    sshotshell Member

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    I reciently purchased a new Beretta 686 with a SATIN finished stock. The other day I was shooting some skeet and got caught in a breif rain shower. I got back inside to find that the rain had caused staining on the stock and forend (it looks like a herd of slugs dragged their bodies accross the wood and left trails). It's the type of damage that occures when you put a cold drink on fine furniture and the condesation causes a white ring to form. How can I remove the stains and avoid this from happening again. Don't tell me I should have bought a Browning. Thanks in advance....Jerry Felice
     
  2. Ontario Chris

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    I use spray furniture wax on mine. Keeps the white spots off. Looks great.

    Chris
     
  3. Remstar311

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    Well the flip side being if you bought a browning the chamber would have been rusty by the time you got back inside.
     
  4. grntitan

    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    I use Pledge Revitalizing Oil. Its very greasy but removes spots such as you state. I wipe it on with a clean soft cloth, and then buff it off. It will also leave your stock looking very nice.


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  5. SevenMaryThree

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    Howard feed -n-wax, beeswax and orange oil.
     
  6. hunter44

    hunter44 Well-Known Member

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    No rust in any of my Browning chambers either.......not sure what that has to do with water spots on a Beretta stock??
     
  7. W.P.T.

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    Bee's wax and orange oil for any and all wood that is not sealed, it will protect it and keep it looking like new ... You can also use Clenzoil on the wood as well as the metal to protect it from the elements, works great on leather products also ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  8. shogan191

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    ctreay, you should never take your shotgun into the shower. It's just a stupid idea.
     
  9. AveragEd

    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    Murphy's Oil Soap wood cleaner will fix it right up.

    Ed
     
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