Solvent: FrogLube Gun Cleaning Solvent dissolves carbon build up and removes petroleum-based products rapidly and efficiently. This is a great product for cleaning actions, and bores; and for preparing any metal surface for the application of FrogLube CLP. Frog Lube Gun Cleaning Solvent can be disposed of without the need for prohibitive HAZMAT controls, and poses no hazards to user.
• Bio-based, non-toxic
• Dissolves carbon build-up
• Removes petroleum-based products
• Poses no hazards to user
CLP: Non-toxic cleaner/lubricant/protectant removes powder residue, carbon, grease, and other corrosion-causing contaminants left on your firearm after firing. When applied to warm metal, FrogLube "seasons" deep into the pores of the metal. With repeated applications, it forms a slick, protective surface that reduces friction and helps prevent corrosion during storage. Once dry, it will not attract dirt and grit like petroleum-based lubricants. It causes moisture to bead on contact and roll off. Made from 100% biodegradable food-grade materials, FrogLube lubricates all points on a firearm including bolts, rails, lugs, and bearing surfaces. Can be safely applied to plastic, metal, wood, and rubber also.
FrogLube was founded by Capt. Larry Lasky, US Navy SEAL (ret), who spent the past 32 years in service to the United States Special Operations Command, Naval Special Warfare and to the U.S. soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines whose gallant performance he attributes to every success on any mission and on any battlefield he has served. After a career of uncounted operations in every environment from jungle, to arctic, to maritime and desert, he’s seen the impact of these extremes on weapons and equipment. He felt the best equipment, products and weapons always came from combining the most arduous conditions and the solutions created by the world’s best field “operators”. He’s taken this ethos into product development with FrogLube, a new technology lubricant designed to replace inferior and toxic petroleum-based products that foul actions, attract carbon and stick to dirt and grime.
Capt. Lasky’s experiences involved shooting or deploying troops who shot hundreds of thousands of rounds in every conceivable extreme environmental and tactical condition. In his experience, stoppages, misfeeds and fouling-caused malfunctions occur way too frequently and an area often overlooked became the source of his quest to develop FrogLube...