I bought a can of Hoppe's Blast & Shine the other day. Never used anything like it before, but thought I would give it a try. I decided to try it on my Camp Carbine because taking apart the lower trigger housing for cleaning is a pain. The spray completely attacked the plastic housing, turning it to butter. The directions on the can make no mention that it will attack plastic, only that painted, plastic, and wood areas need should be masked. All other warnings reference its flammability. Be VERY careful if you use this product.
I am going to take the warning one step farther. The only spray cleaner to use on firearms with plastic parts has to say synthetic safe. The only stuff I have found is Gunscrubber in the grey can and it specifically says synthetic safe.
It is introspective, and I want to introspect.
You sure that spray oil didn't have "Remington" stamped on the side of it?
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