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Just got finished cleaning my new marlin 336c. My hands were a little oily during reassembly. What Is the best way to clean the wood stock and metal in order to eliminate that oily slick shine. It's not soaked but I want to know how to best take care of the exterior..
 

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I just wipe the stock with a dry rag to absorb any excess oil.
 

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I suppose it would depend on what you used as an oil. As someone marlinluvr said I too would use a clean rag and first wipe down the wood, then harshly wiped repeatedly along the metal to 'absorb' that excess oil. When you are done look over the rifle to make sure no beads have dripped onto (trust me it happens all the time) the wood, if they have either use a clean section or better yet another clean rag and wipe it off the wood. Then you are good to go.
 

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Ten year old thread. The OP hasn’t been back to the forum in over eight years, he won’t even see your post. Don’t you have a similar thread?





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