First Look: Solvent Kleene D-Greeze Gun Cleaner

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posted on September 26, 2017
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Solvent Kleene D-Greeze gun cleaner cuts out the middleman, offering wholesale prices and bulk quantities to businesses looking to have a ready-made cleaning solution on hand without added expense.

The Solvent Kleene D-Greeze firearms cleaner is comprised of non-hazardous materials and isn't a corrosive, caustic fluid like many heavy-duty gun cleaners on the market. The cleaner and degreaser does not use halogens, CFCs or SARA-listed chemicals, making it a safe and dependable option for those who clean large numbers of guns.

In addition to its non-hazardous components, D-Greeze firearms cleaner also beats out many other cleaners on the market, thanks to its non-flammable, non-carcinogenic and non-reactive makeup, ensuring that users can clean and maintain their gun collections without worry.

The company's D-Greeze 500-LO is purpose-built for use in many commonly used cleaning equipment, such as parts washers or ultrasonic tanks. The cleaner is designed specifically for use on metal components and can be safely applied to both ferrous and non-ferrous metals, including carbon and stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, brass and magnesium.

The cleaner works aggressively on all metal surfaces to eliminate oil, grease, adhesives, carbon deposits and other byproducts of extensive shooting. The product cleans effectively, even in small openings and tight corners. An added advantage of the Solvent Kleene D-Greeze gun cleaner is that it evaporates slowly, ensuring that the product can spend time eliminating fouling and residue from your gun. However, eliminating excess cleaning solution from your gun is as simple as blowing it off with pressurized air.

Solvent Kleene D-Greeze gun cleaner can be purchased in 5-gallon or 55-gallon quantities.

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