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Brownells Is Now Carrying Breakthrough Clean Military-Grade Solvent

Breakthrough’s Military-Grade Solvent Now Available At Brownells.com

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April 24, 2015: Breakthrough® Clean, is proud to announce that Brownells® is now carrying Breakthrough Military-Grade Solvent in the 2 ounce, 6 ounce, and 16 ounces bottles. Breakthrough® is a revolutionary new solvent that makes cleaning your firearm faster and safer than ever. Breakthrough’s state-of-the-art distillation process provides superior firearm cleaning products that are environmentally friendly, non-toxic and virtually odorless. Currently Breakthrough® is approved, qualified, and UTILIZED DAILY by the largest user of Firearm Cleaning Technology in the USA – The US Department of Defense!

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9 Responses to “Brownells Is Now Carrying Breakthrough Clean Military-Grade Solvent”

  1. BAP45 says:

    Anyone have any experience with this stuff?

  2. Jack says:

    So after EyePro and helmets, Revision goes after the weapons lube market…

    • G-man says:

      Breakthrough is not a revision company, it is a stand alone company and has been in service by the military for a long time. I remember using this stuff when I was in, you could actually look it up in the maintenance manual for the M134 Mini-Gun. It is called out as a required maintenance item.

  3. Francis says:

    Quick survey: what’s the best all around cleaner and lubricant?

  4. G-man says:

    I have to be honest, I had some low expectations for this product when I came across it on Instagram. I ordered up some and have never looked back. The solvent is the easiest to use product out there, and it didn’t mess up my finish like other solvents or CLP’s. I also found the oil to be really good, the metal soaks it up and keeps it as a protectant layer. I just got tired of the hype from Frog Lube, and Fire Clean. The Frog stuff is a water based CLP that froze on me during a hunt one time, and Fire Clean started to congeal and bio degrade when my gun was sitting in the safe for a week between range trips.