MidwayUSA Silicone-Treated Gun Cleaning Cloth

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MidwayUSA Silicone-Treated Gun Cleaning Cloth
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Our price $3.99 through $9.99 ($3.33 - $3.99 per piece)
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Made in USA

Product Overview

Excellent For

  • Firearms
  • Tools
  • Knives
  • Reloading Equipment

The MidwayUSA Silicone Treated Gun Cleaning Cloth is so much more than just a gun cleaning rag. Designed for virtually any metal, wood, or plastic surface this miracle product serves as both a cleaner and a preservative. Treated with silicone for the ultimate in rust prevention and tarnish removal, this non-abrasive cotton cloth has hundreds of uses around the home or shop.
Use one

  • In your range bag for wiping down your firearm after a day at the range.
  • In your hunting pack to help prevent rust and tarnish on your firearm or favorite hunting knife after one of those cold wet days afield.
  • In your gun safe to wipe down your valuable firearms before prolonged storage.
  • In your tool box or at your workbench to keep your tools rust free and looking like new.

This wonder product is so easy to use, just take it out of its plastic storage bag, wipe down the item you want to protect and put it back in its storage bag. It is really just that easy. Pick up a few of the MidwayUSA Silicone Treated Gun Cleaning Cloths and store one everywhere you use a firearm, tool or knife. You will be amazed at how effective such a simple, inexpensive cloth can be!

Made In United States of America

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