Frog Lube CLP Review – why it was used in Afghanistan?
…2000 rounds on a single application without failure (US Ranger Frog Lube CLP Review)
…Frog Lube eliminated FN SCAR rifle (MK-17) jams for US Navy Seal
Frog Lube CLP Benefits
- Cleans fouling from guns – no countless brushing and patching…saves you time
- Lubricates moving parts – increases reliability and reduces wear
- Protects metal from corrosion and rust
- Creates a slick (dry) surface that decreases friction – reduces carbon adherence making cleanings easier and faster.
- Seasons metal surfaces – the more you use Froglube CLP on your guns, the easier they will be to clean.
Frog lube CLP Cleaning Kit includes:
- Frog lube Solvent
- Lint Free Cloth
- Nylon Utility Brush and cotton tip swabs.
AR-15 Frog Lube CLP Review Torture Test Video. Rapid fire 300+ rounds.
Is Frog lube safe?
Frog lube CLP MSDS Safety Data
Inhalation – None
Skin – None
Ingestion – None
Health Hazards (acute and chronic) – None
Carcinogenicity – None
NTP – None
Signs and symptoms of exposure – None
Medical conditions generally aggravated by exposure – N/A
Precautions in case of spillage – N/A
Waster disposal method – normal trash
Frog lube CLP Specifications
Food grade biodegradable
Manufactured from wholly US components
Extreme temperature range
Harmless to plastic and rubber
Corrosion protection against salt spray
Recommended for airsoft and paintball guns
Recommended for black powder firearms
So why is Frog lube better than other CLP’s?
Froglube goes on wet and penetrates into the metal and dries in a short period of time. It forms a dry barrier that lubricates and protects metal surfaces. It is not wet and slippery like most oils and lubricants. Froglube is a treatment system. It “seasons” the metal and makes subsequent cleanings faster and easier.
Here is an intense gun CLP test/review involving corrosion resistance and lubrication where Froglube tops most other CLP’s….CLP Test.
How is Froglube applied?
Here is how you apply Frog lube the very first time.
Clean your entire firearm with Froglube Solvent to remove all other lubricants, oils, sludge, dirt, cosmoline, etc. This prepares it for the application of Froglube CLP.
Heat metal surfaces or apply Froglube to a warm firearm. You can do this treatment on a cold firearm but it works much better on warm or hot metal surfaces. Warm or hot metal allows it to penetrate deeper.
Apply a liberal amount on all gun parts ( with a cotton ball, patch or q-tip ) and let it soak for about 15 minutes or so. I apply another light coat after this to get a deeper barrier. Then wipe with a clean dry cloth.
- After each shooting session, clean you firearm as you would with any other cleaner. Always apply a liberal amount of CLP to the bore. You want it to be able to penetrate the fouling and it has to be wet in order to do this.
Frog lube CLP Review Featuring the Glock 22
The more times you clean your gun with Froglube, the easier it will get. It builds up in the metal pores and retards fouling. You can feel the difference. The metal surface has a slick feel to it but is not wet.
Here is my Glock 22 disassembled and ready for a good thorough cleaning. When I clean my guns like the Glock, I use a generous amount of Froglube CLP in the bore and a little less on the slide. I then scrub it and then wipe clean. When using Froglube CLP as a lubricant, apply in a very thin film for best results. In other words, apply the Froglube and then wipe the excess off with a clean cloth or cleaning patch. Too much Froglube will cause it to become sticky and attract dirt and debris.
Frog lube Torture Test Video – Low temperature extremes.