Any way you like really. I use Lee collet neck dies, which don't need lube, and, when they need it, I use a redding body die which just needs a bit of lube on the outside, just using fingers dipped in straight lanolin. [The only exception is 6mmPPc, and I just dip them in a jam jar lid with the lanolin as deep as the necks, because I use an ordinary neck size die for them until Lee makes me a collet neck die for it.] You will soon get a feel for it where ever you use it. Cleaning it from brass is easy with straight isopropyl alcohol. Spray through the primer hole with a spray bottle and place them neck down on paper or anything absorbent and they're dry in seconds. Just to be clear, I am talking about industrial liquid lanolin as used in machine shops. It is brown in colour and not milky. Looks very similar to shellac.
This one is very similar to the Dillon case lube however it can be made at home as a DYI.whats everyone using? I’ve been using Hornady case lube but it’s recently giving me issues so I went back to my old Lee case lube but I’m about out of that so time for a new product.
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