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Does anyone use Gun Scrubber to clean your M&P?



Will it mess up the plastic?
 

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They make a "polymer safe" version and I use it on my Glocks and MP. I haven't had any

problems on mine, but I make sure to wipe off any excess before it dries. I also remove the

grip panel because I don't know what it would do to that material.
 

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EMTCOP said:
They make a "polymer safe" version and I use it on my Glocks and MP. I haven't had any

problems on mine, but I make sure to wipe off any excess before it dries. I also remove the

grip panel because I don't know what it would do to that material.


The grip is what I was thinking about too. I didn't reaiize that they made a polymer safe version.



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+1 on the polymer safe gun scrubber. No problems here and I have been using it at least twice a month for just under 2 years.
 

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I use both and have occasionaly gotten some of the regular on my M&P grip frames. It doesn't seem to bother them.



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+1 on gun scrubber polymer safe. it's good stuff... just make sure to use it in a well ventilated area. i accidentally got really high because i didnt realize the wind was pushing all the fumes right back in the window.



Break Free Powder Blast is pretty good as well, but to my knowledge, they dont have a polymer safe version yet.
 

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definately an accident... this stuff gives you a nightmarish "i think i have brain damage" kind of messedupededness.



"messedupededness"... ???



yup... brain damage
 

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EMTCOP said:
It is listed as "polymer safe" on the can....I forgot to mention that.


The can I see in the store has "Synthetic Safe Cleaner" on it? Is this the one?
 
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