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NFUSED® Weapons Cleaner & Lubricant

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


  • 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!


  • 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


Weapons Cleaning: 
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. 

Weapons Lubrication: 

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.