NFUSED® & Guns/Firearms
NFUSED® Weapons Cleaner
A highly effective gun cleaner safe for use around varnishes, wood gunstocks, camouflage finishes, polymer stocks and frames. Contains corrosion inhibitors to prevent flash rusting of freshly-cleaned firearms. Contains NO ammonia. After cleaning, use NFUSED® Lubricant for the ultimate lubrication and protection.
NFUSED® - Your Weapon's best friend
BENEFITS OF NFUSED®
- Water Based
- Contains corrosion inhibitors
- Prevents flash rusting of freshly-cleaned
- Contains NO Ammonia
- Can be used indoors
- No Solvent Smell
- Removes old oils/lubricants
- Friendly Cleaner
NFUSED® Weapons Lubricant
NFUSED® is a synthetic dry metal conditioner which molecularly bonds to heated gun metal making it self-lubricating under the toughest environmental conditions. Unlike traditional gun oils, NFUSED® protects the metal surface by a super tough regenerating hi density electro-chemical bonding process. NFUSED® is not a temporary coating. It seals and conditions the heated metal leaving a “dry” lubricated surface that reduces heat, improves performance and prevents jamming, and corrosion. Ease of cleaning is an added bonus!
BENEFITS OF NFUSED®
- Near dry and constant lubrication
- Minimal Material build-up
- Highly concentrated
- Permeates the metal surface
- Corrosion inhibitors
- Extreme temperature range
- Prevents jamming
- Longer interval between cleanings
- Inhibits corrosion
- Ease of cleaning
- Improved performance
- Doesn’t gum up
- Performs in harsh environments
NFUSED® Instructions for Weapon Applications
MAKE SURE FIREARM IS FULLY UNLOADED
Spray into bore or action to dissolve and remove fouling, oil, and grease.
Brush heavy deposits and reapply to rinse away fouling.
Wipe dry. After cleaning, use NFUSED® lubricant
for the ultimate lubrication and protection.
Apply a very thin film (4-6 drops of NFUSED) to cotton lint-free cloth/patch to all clean metal surfaces of the firearm.
Let NFUSED® absorb into metal for 10 to 15 minutes. Heat quickens the process such as a hair dryer, heat gun, etc.
Let metal surfaces cool. Reapply and heat again.
After three initial applications, re-lubricate every 1-2 thousand rounds fired.
Wipe completely to avoid sand and dust contamination.