The time consuming and labor intensive chore of cleaning the dirtiest parts in your firearms is a thing of the past with Carbon Killer.
Carbon Killer is designed for cleaning baked on carbon. Carbon Killer dissolves carbon and lead on contact. It is one of the only reusable products on the market. Parts that haven't been able to be cleaned will come out looking like new for the first time in years.
Slip 2000 Carbon Killer was designed with your health and safety in mind. Unlike other gun cleaners, this product is non-flammable, non-hazardous and biodegradable. Carbon Killer provides you with a safe and effective way to clean carbon, lead and plastic wad fouling.
Carbon Killer is for cleaning internal metal gun parts with baked on carbon by soaking them. It is an aggressive cleaner and should not be used to clean the outside of your gun. It can damage and even remove some finishes.
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Slip 2000 Carbon Killer keeps working even when it becomes dirty. If stored properly one jar can be used again and again providing many cleanings.
Use It On
All weapons including revolvers, pistols, 37mm and 40mm Gas Guns, automatic and semi-automatic weapons like M-16, AR-15, MP-5, and all Machine Guns like the AK-47 and 249-SAW.
Flash Suppressors, Silencers and Cans
Dissolves burnt on carbon and will help flush powder and carbon residue out of all cans and suppressors.
Dissolves burnt on carbon and will help flush powder and carbon residue off of your compensator.
Carbon Killer works fantastic as a bore cleaner. Use it to remove all of the carbon, lead and plastic that has built up in your bore. Apply with a saturated patch or mop, or by plugging one end of the bore and filling with Carbon Killer. Let soak for a few minutes. Use a brush and then retreat cleaned areas with a Slip 2000 Lubricant.
Simple to use
For best results completely submerse parts in Carbon Killer and allow to soak for 5 to 15 minutes. Remove parts and wipe, brush or rinse clean. It's that easy. Depending on the frequency of cleaning or type of ammo used a second soaking may be required as well as a light brushing.
Wipe Parts Clean
For larger parts that will not fit into the jar or soaking tray, saturate a rag in Carbon Killer and apply to area that needs to be cleaned and allow product to sit for 2 to 5 minutes. When ready to clean soak a brush or rag with Carbon Killer and wipe or brush away carbon. Parts may also be rinsed clean under hot water.
After cleaning, always re-apply a Slip 2000 Lubricant to metal surfaces and allow to penetrate pores of metal. Slip 2000 lubricants will form a barrier and help keep carbon, lead and plastic from sticking. Your next cleaning will take half the time.