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Discussion in 'Community Forum' started by chadwimc, Mar 25, 2020.
My dad said once if hammers were like seeds he would have so many hammer tree's he would be rich.
I am trapped with 3 females, so I stay in my basement cave. My reloading brass has never been so clean and organized. I got a new wet tumbler brass cleaner and nothing is safe. It comes out shiny and new looking. It's all sorted and in clear plastic containers.
Not sure what a wet tumbler is. Could you post more info?
I always used this type, with walnut shells.
This is the one I have, but there are others a little cheaper. They use water, solution, and and stainless pins to clean the cases. I decap with a universal decapper before I put them in, and the primer pockets usually are nice and clean as well as the inside of the cases. They make a special solution for them, but I just use a squirt of Dawn and a pinch of Lemmieshine, which is granulated Citric acid used to clean dishwashers, etc. If you need to just clean off case lube, you can leave out the pins and just tumble them.
Thanks, for the link. I learned something today.
I don't think I'll go back to a vibrating cleaner after using it the last two weeks. It takes a bit of trial and error to get used to messing with the pins, but it's worth it. After I tumble them, I separate them from the media and lay them out flat on a tray with a towel on it. Then I blow an electric fan over them until they dry, and do the same with the pins afterward. Just one bit of advice, if you get one, also buy the magnet to remove and gather the stainless pins.
I have one of these magnet tools, only smaller