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I tried a low power ultrasonic cleaner, and I was very disappointed. It cost about $125 and after several hours, the cases still had a lot of crud in the primer pockets.
I read the article on 6mmBR:
And they throw some light on the chemicals that make the process work, so when I have the loose change to get a larger ultrasonic cleaner, I'll give it a try again.
Fly... if you are allergic to the walnut stuff, have you tried corn cob? I use it in my large Dillon and the cases look like they just came off a jewelers wheel.
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Hey Paul, I think you got a bum US unit [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img] Mine cost like 50$ shipped and is what I ran the tests with for the article...
Citranox works OK...haven't played with it a lot yet, but have tried it. Also working with another citric acid cleaner soon...
p.s.: thought you were going to shoot my smiley match [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]