First Look: Tipton Power Clean Electric Brush Kit

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posted on August 23, 2017
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For gun owners who need the very best in cleaning implements, Tipton Gun Cleaning Supplies, a division of Battenfeld Technologies, introduced its new Power Clean electric gun-cleaning brush, designed to ensure that gun owners have the ability to give their firearms the most thorough cleaning possible.

The new Tipton Power Clean brush operates using a powered cleaning head that provides a scrubbing motion with 3,600 repetitive oscillations per minute, ensuring that hard-to-reach corners of any firearm get a thorough going-over. Different cleaning modes are offered with the brush, providing users with pulse and continuous-clean options. The entire unit is enclosed inside of an ergonomic handle that resists penetration from harsh solvents and oils used during gun cleaning.

The brush comes with a number of different interchangeable heads, including nylon, stainless-steel and bronze bristles. Each of the interchangeable brushes measure 0.75-inch in diameter. In addition to the multiple cleaning heads offered, the Power Clean brush also features a bronze adapter that is compatible with all 8x32 threaded cleaning tips found in common gun-cleaning kits. The kit also ships with a .22-caliber nylon bore brush.

The Tipton Power Clean brush is powered using four commonly available AA batteries, and the handle used for the brush heads features a rubberized handle that absorbs the vibrations produced by the product, ensuring that users aren't jarred by the cleaning oscillations and have a comfortable handle with an easy-to-reach power switch for stress-free cleaning.

With this new cleaning technology, users can spend less time cleaning their firearms and be sure that every corner and angle on their guns is free from carbon build-up, leading to an improved shooting experience and well-maintained firearms. In addition, the lengthened bristles on the included heads ensures that users can reach into deep crevices and cracks found inside of pistol slides and rifle receivers without trouble.

The Tipton Power Clean electric gun-cleaning brush kit retails at a suggested price of $47.99.

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