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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-28-2012, 02:13 PM Thread Starter
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I no longer have a bike with a chain so I can not test to see how well it works. This stuff was designed for guns. I went to a gun show a couple months ago. I bought this stuff off a Tinley Park cop selling it at the show. I was skeptical about his claims so I bought the smallest he had. I have someone picking me up more next week. Check out the last three video's by hoffner's and covered 6. The fifth video down the guy shows hows to apply it and even eats some. I have been using this stuff for a couple months now. I have since started using it on all my guns. This stuff is phenomenal. I got rid of all my petroleum based stuff and froglube is the only thing in my cleaning box. This stuff has a wintergreen smell, biodegradable, and comes from plants. I believe in one video I have seen it had to be approved by the FDA due to it's content. It was created by an ex-navy seal captain. 100% American made and he donates part of his profits to serviceman. As far as cleaning, my gun looks new. The only thing I use is a bore snake and a rag. No more scrubbing! Anyone with a gun would know what a pain in the ass it is to clean one and how much scrubbing you do to keep them clean. I think this stuff would work great on a chain so I thought I would post something.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-28-2012, 02:42 PM
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I'm a big fan of FrogLube. Firespeed Tactical sells it. Never thought about using it on a chain.
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Isn't there stuff in chain lube meant to treat and protect the o-rings too? Not sure frog lube (which I fucking love) will help with that. Plus its expensive!
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I'm pretty skeptical (and old skool when it comes to gun cleaning) and Firebretha kept pushing me to try Frog Lube. I first tried it on my bullet press, since everything else was mucking up the main shaft and it was getting gritty. I was shocked at how well Frog Lube smoothed out the presses movement, it doesn't gum up like friggen *everything* else I've tried, and it smells awesome oddly enough. Just using it on the bullet press sold me on it and now I use it on all my guns as well. Especially after I had a rust issue after a shooting event in the rain; I've not had any issues since switching to Frog Lube.

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