How to Use Super Quick Clean Guns Solution
SUPER QUICK CLEAN GUN’S SOLUTION IS A TRUE C L P ! It Cleans, It Lubricates It Protects.
Super Quick Clean Guns, (SQCG) is the easiest gun care product you will ever use, and yet it is a powerful cleaner which will clean, copper, lead, plastic, carbon, and black powder out of your barrel and off your firearm. SQCG, will scrub clean your gun from the inside to the outside and yet be gentle enough for your wood, your pearl handle grips, your custom grips, your hi-intensity lights, your optics, and clean them with just a spray, a wet patch, a nylon brush, a brass brush, or a boresnake.
SQCG will lube everything that it touches, and it attaches to your metal parts at the micro level and stays there to provide lubrication better than any oil product you can use. Once SQCG is on your firearm it protects it from moisture, condensation, and thus rust, and should your firearm have rust on it, SQCG will take it off.
SQCG will protect your firearm, or anything that is metal from rusting. SQCG, coats your metal so well that moisture will no longer form on your firearm, and your finger oils will no longer penetrate to rust the metal. As a result your firearms will be dry and rust free for years, just spray them down and wipe off the access.
SQCG is designed to be very gentle on humans. It is our aim to clean your firearms and not cause injury to you in the process. Please do not drink our product since it will cause an upset stomach and diarrhea, or spray it into your eyes since it will irritate them until you wash them out with lots of water, but you can spray it onto your hands as well as any and all of your firearm parts.
HOW TO USE SQCG:
ALWAYS MAKE SURE THAT YOUR FIREARM IS EMPTY… UNLOADED… NO BULLETS IN THE GUN PRIOR TO BEGINNING ANY CLEANING PROCESS! (It takes three (3) things to have a shooting… 1, a gun – 2, a bullet - 3, a human, take any one of these away and a shooting cannot happen… in this case, take away the bullet and you can clean until the cows come home…)
Open the cylinder or remove it from the gun, and spray down everything. Please make sure that you spray the face of the cylinder twice and then let it soak for 15 seconds and then use either a scrubby or a nylon tooth brush and scrub the carbon off. Also scrub the area where the cylinder meets the barrel since there is always a carbon build up at that point as well. Wipe the back face and breach with a towel and then using a rod and patch, wet the patch by unscrewing the sprayer and dipping the patch or give the patch 4 sprays and pass it down the barrel. ( I like to use a rod with an eyelet on it to hold my patch because I can pass it up and down the barrel several times to make sure that the barrel is wet, and then to use the same patch in the cylinder bullet holes. )
Once you have your barrel wet with your patch then use a nylon brush if it is your first time down your barrel with SQCG to insure that your rifling is cleaned out well. Repeat if necessary. From there on out you need only use a bore snake or just a wet patch and a dry patch to clean your barrel, because when the micro-lube feels the new SQCG on the wet patch it releases any and all fouling. Once your barrel is clean, wipe down your revolver with a dry towel, re-assemble the frame and the cylinder or swing it shut, and wipe the whole gun down including the grips, and put it away. You are finished. You should notice a clean, dry, firearm.
(ALWAYS KEEP THIS FIREARM POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION UNTIL YOU ARE SURE IT IS EMPTY!) REMOVE THE MAGAZINE, AND RACK THE SLIDE TO REMOVE THE LAST ROUND IN THE CHAMBER…! DO NOT HAVE YOUR FINGER ANYWHERE NEAR YOUR TRIGGER DURING THIS OPERATION. ALWAYS CONSIDER THE SEMI-AUTO TO BE LOADED UNTIL YOU SEE THAT THERE IS NO ROUND IN THE BARREL!
To begin, strip your Semi-Auto, by removing the upper rail, from the lower, and then remove the spring assembly and the barrel. Once you have your parts removed, then put them into your left hand and spray them down. 1st, spray the spring and set it vertically on a towel, then spray the barrel, and the slide, inside and out, and then spray the lower section everywhere. ( you will now have your left hand full of SQCG solution, so pick up your magazines… and use the excess from your hands to wipe down the outside of your magazines.)
Once you have your magazines wiped down, then use a dry towel and wipe off your left hand, which should be fairly dirty by now and wipe down the magazines, then the spring assembly, and then the outside of the barrel. Pay attention to the ramp which always has a buildup of carbon. You can use a toothbrush or a scrubby and that area should come clean in seconds. Then use either a bore-snake or a rod and patch and clean the inside of your barrel. If you use the boresnake then put the lead and trailing end onto your left hand and give it 4 sprays, clinch your left hand and make sure the over spray is put onto the boresnake ends and then thread the shoe string through your barrel from the breach side and pull the boresnake through. You should have a clean barrel. If not repeat the step again. If you use a rod and a patch then unscrew the sprayer and dip the patch and squeeze the excess back into the bottle, and push the patch down the barrel, three times. Make sure that it is good and wet, and then take a nylon brush or a brass brush and scrub the barrel two to three times and then put the wet patch back down and remove it. It should be blacker than the ace of spades. Now replace the wet patch with a dry one and run it down the barrel and note if you pick up any more fouling. Check out your barrel and if it is clean then you are good to go if not repeat the process until your dry patch is clean.
Once your magazines, spring assembly, and barrel are done, then it is time to clean the upper rail. Begin with using a Q-tip and wiping down the inner parts that are depressed and difficult for your fingers to reach. Hold the rail vertical so that the firing pin is pointing down and use a toothbrush scrub the face to remove any build up carbon, and with the same toothbrush scrub the inside of the upper rail everywhere. Now wipe down with a Q-tip until everything is clean and dry. Follow up with a wipe with your towel and your upper rail is finished.
Your next step is the lower and here you have several spots that are fouled up really bad. Re-spray the ramp area and using a Q-tip, wipe the carbon off. Also use the same Q-tip to get into all the little areas and wipe the springs and anything that is metal that you can get to. Then where you can put your towel and your fingers wipe out the remaining inner parts, and you are good to go.
Re-assemble the rail with the barrel and then the spring assembly and then attach the rail back onto the lower, and now with a light sprits’, or spray, on the outside of your firearm wipe down the entire outside of your semi-auto. You now have a totally dry, yet well lubed firearm that resists moisture, condensation, fingerprints, and rust. It also is dry so it will not mess up your cloths, or you and you can no longer cause your firearm to rust by touching it.
AGAIN, MAKE SURE THAT YOUR RIFLE IS EMPTY BEFORE YOU BEGIN TO CLEAN YOUR FIREARM…!
If it is a bolt action, remove the bolt and make sure that there is no additional round in the barrel. If it is a tube fed semi-auto, then remove the tube plunger and empty the tube, and then rack the firearm to remove the round in the chamber/barrel. If it is a magazine fed semi-auto, then remove the magazine and rack the firearm to remove the round in the chamber /barrel. If it is a single shot open the action and make sure the barrel is empty.
Begin with spraying any parts that you have removed and place them on a towel or rag. Then clean your barrel with either a Rod and a Patch or a boresnake, just like we did for our pistols. Wet them and run them down your barrel several times to make sure that the barrel is good and wet or if you are using a boresnake then wet down the lead end and the tail and run it down the barrel of your gun and check to see if it is clean otherwise repeat the step. Once you have the barrel cleaned then spray the action, wipe with a Q-tip and close it. If you have a bolt, then wipe it down and spray the bolt area with SQCG and using a dry patch wipe it dry and remove any fouling, reinsert the bolt and holding the rifle vertically spray once on the outer barrel, the wooden stock, the scope,(if equipped) and the action area. Begin with a clean microfiber towel and wipe the lenses of your scope and then using any kind of towel wipe down the rest of your rifle including the outer parts of your scope and you are finished. Work the bolt 2 or 3 times to insure that it is as smooth as a babies bottom and wipe off any excesses moisture that might have worked itself up in the bolt area and you are good to go. NO MORE FOGGING UP ON YOUR SCOPE, AND NO MORE CONDENSATION ON YOUR RIFLE.
AGAIN, MAKE SURE THAT YOUR SHOTGUN IS EMPTY BEFORE YOU BEGIN TO CLEAN YOUR FIREARM…!
Shotguns come in many configurations, single shot, double barrel, side by side, over under, bolt action, pump, and semi-auto.
I happen to be real lover of shotguns. It is my go to gun when there is trouble… nothing like double 00 buck to take care of a wild animal, or a slug to down a deer. Its’ range isn’t very far but most hunting in our area of Michigan is shotgun territory. I love skeet, and trap, and getting rid of the fouling and the plastic after the match is easy as 1 – 2 – 3.
Since cleaning with SQCG is such a snap, I like to break down my shotguns as much as I can without going crazy, I then spray down the individual parts and wipe them clean, and then I use a rod and a patch or a boresnake and I clean my barrel. I do it just like I do my rifle. Wet the patch and run it down your barrel several times to make sure that the barrel is good and wet or if you are using a boresnake then wet down the lead end and the tail and run it down the barrel of your gun and check to see if it is clean otherwise repeat the step. Once you have the barrel cleaned then spray the action, wipe with a Q-tip and close it. If you have a bolt, then wipe it down and spray the bolt area with SQCG and using a dry patch wipe it dry and remove any fouling, reinsert the bolt and holding the shotgun vertically spray once on the outer barrel, the wooden stock, the scope, (if equipped) and the action area, then wipe dry and you are good to go.
SEMI-AUTO HI-POWER RIFLES AR-15’S, M-4, M-16, OR ANY OTHER MILITARY RIFLES.
Since many of our Police Departments are using the AR-15 platform (223 Cal.) I will concentrate on this rifle, even though the cleaning process will be much the same for all the rest.
Again, make sure that your firearm is empty before doing anything. REMOVE THE MAGAZINE, AND RACK THE ACTION TO GET RID OF THE ROUND IN THE CHAMBER…! NEVER DISASSEMBLE ANYTHING ON YOUR FIREARM UNTIL IT IS EMPTY.
Step #1. Disassemble the firearm. Remove both pins and separate the upper and the lower, then remove the 4 bolt assembly and disassemble the same into its parts, the firing Pin, and the 4 bolt. The last part removed is the 4 bolt, and it is the very first part that we spray down in your left hand. 4 – 5 sprays are directed onto the 4 bolt and then you are to set it vertically aside where it will set until all other parts are cleaned. (It will need 5 – 7 minutes of penetration to get into the carbon build up on the cone, and thus you will set it vertically so that the cone is “up”.) Then spray the firing pin and with your fingers remove the carbon… then spray the assembly and the other parts and set them on a towel. Then spray the upper and the lower all over… inside, and out… and beginning with the lower start cleaning. Q-tips and a towel are what you need. Wipe the dirt and carbon off everything and then wipe it down and set it aside. Now begin on the upper, I use a rod and a patch or a boresnake and I clean my barrel. I do it just like I do my rifle. Wet them and run them down your barrel several times to make sure that the barrel is good and wet, or if you are using a boresnake, then wet down the lead end and the tail and run it down the barrel of your gun and check to see if it is clean otherwise repeat the step. Once you have the barrel cleaned then spray the Star area and make sure that you get it wet. Run a pipe cleaner rod down the gas tube if you wish and using a rod and a wet patch get in between the tube and the outside of the upper to make sure that you get all of the fouling. Now use a Q-tip to wipe dry and come back to the outside of the upper and wipe down everything. If you have a hi-intensity light spray it and wipe the lens… If you have any type of optics, spray them down and wipe with a clean micro-fiber towel until dry and spot free to become fog free. Then with any towel wipe down the remainder of your upper and set it aside.
Re-spray your 4 bolt assembly inside and out and begin cleaning this item. Make sure to get SQCG into every portion of this part. This will be its second spray of SQCG… The reason for this is the amount of carbon build-up on the part. Use a pick if necessary but make sure that the inside where the 4 bolt rests with the cone is carbon free. Once the part is cleaned, then wipe down with a towel and run the pipe cleaner through the small holes and a Q-tip in the larger holes and remove any fouling. Now pick up the 4 bolt that has been sitting to the side and give it one more spray, and with your Swiss Army knife using the small blade hold the 4 bold in your left hand and scrape the carbon off the cone, feel with your thumb and forefinger for any misses and scrap again where necessary and with a scrubby one twist and the 4 bolt is cleaned. Run the pipe cleaner up and through the assembly and with a Q-tip clean out the larger holes and wipe dry and you are finished cleaning. Re-assemble all parts and put the firearm back together, rack the action several times to make sure that everything is loose and well lubed. DO NOT ADD ANY Oil! YOUR FIREARM IS LUBED WITH OUR MICRO-LUBE AND WILL NOT NEED ANY ADDITIONAL LUBRICATION.
BLACKPOWDER GUNS: (In process Photos and write – up due soon)
Some of the other uses that SQCG can be use on are as follows:
CASTING BULLET DIES:
REMOVES RUST FROM METAL AND KEEPS IT OFF,
BOWS AND ARROWS, CROSS BOWS,
FISHING REELS, KNIVES, SWORDS, HATCHETS
CHAIN SAWS, CIRCULAR SAWS, TABLE SAWS, SAW BLADES
DRILL PRESSES, DRILLS, CHUCKS, COLLETS, ROUTERS,
TOOLS OF ALL TYPES,
CHROME ON MOTOR BIKES,
LIGHTS, FLASHLIGHTS, BATTERIES,
OPTICS, BINOCULARS, SPOTTING SCOPES, (Please use a Micro-Fiber towel when wiping your optics to keep them from getting scratched.)
AND COUNTLESS HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS, THAT YOU WANT TO KEEP CLEAN, RUST FREE, CONDENSATION FREE, AND FOG FREE, YET LUBED AND DRY.
Super Quick Clean Gun Care Solution, next to your dog - this is a man’s best friend. Don’t leave home without it..!