Gooey Gat Gunk Bustin' 🧼 Cosmoline Removal 101! [Guide]
If you ever find yourself in possession of a military surplus rifle that it's been in storage for a hot minute, chances are you're going to have to grapple with the greasy, disgusting enigma of cosmoline!
Used to seal small arms against the elements and prevent rust and corrosion for decades at a time, cosmoline is a super useful protective grease agent, but it can be an absolute nightmare to clean if you've never experienced it before.
Follow along with the video as we beat the gunk out of two surplus Chinese Type 56s, or check the link below for the full tutorial!
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