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As far as I know there are 3 main products from Frog Lube; liquid CLP, CLP paste and Solvent. The CLP is usesd for basic cleaning and lubrication. The solvent is use for deep cleaning the bore and barrel along with removing any oils and grease. After using the solvent you will need to apply CLP. I hope that helps, … see more As far as I know there are 3 main products from Frog Lube; liquid CLP, CLP paste and Solvent. The CLP is usesd for basic cleaning and lubrication. The solvent is use for deep cleaning the bore and barrel along with removing any oils and grease. After using the solvent you will need to apply CLP. I hope that helps, I think all frog lube say premium. see less As far as I know there are 3 main products from Frog Lube; liquid CLP, CLP paste and Solvent. The CLP is usesd for basic cleaning and lubrication. The solvent is use for deep cleaning the bore and barrel along with removing any oils and grease. After using the solvent you will need to apply CLP. I hope that helps, I think all frog lube say premium.
JAKE
· September 3, 2013
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it smells minty, very strong at first but dissipates quickly.
Frank Van Dornis
· January 9, 2017
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Works great. The solvent can't be used exclusively though. Use the solvent to prep the barrel, and other gun parts to remove other petroleum based cleaners/oils, then heat the metal up and apply the FrogLube CLP. Allow the CLP to soak into the surfaces for an hour, then wipe off. The pores in the metal will soak up mor… see more Works great. The solvent can't be used exclusively though. Use the solvent to prep the barrel, and other gun parts to remove other petroleum based cleaners/oils, then heat the metal up and apply the FrogLube CLP. Allow the CLP to soak into the surfaces for an hour, then wipe off. The pores in the metal will soak up more and more FrogLube on subsequent applications, and when firing it warms the surfaces and brings the FrogLube up to the surface and wicks away leading and fouling. see less Works great. The solvent can't be used exclusively though. Use the solvent to prep the barrel, and other gun parts to remove other petroleum based cleaners/oils, then heat the metal up and apply the FrogLube CLP. Allow the CLP to soak into the surfaces for an hour, then wipe off. The pores in the metal will soak up more and more FrogLube on subsequent applications, and when firing it warms the surfaces and brings the FrogLube up to the surface and wicks away leading and fouling.
Dave
· May 9, 2014
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I have been a range master and firearms instructor for over 40 years and use it on all of my firearms.
I have to admit I never tasted it.

Thomas E Haight
· August 14, 2019
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Use something like I use, CLP by lucas, or Battleborn by Breakthrough are 2 of the best I have used. I have tried alot of different products. Froglube is the best carbon remover I have used.
Jim
· October 26, 2019
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Thomas E Haight
· January 8, 2020
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In my experience the degreaser is to remove all oil based products from the firearm before applying the Froglube. The solvent is used for everyday cleaning. Some have commented on the need for a heavier cleaner, and sure does work as such. I've never had to use the degreaser after stripping the firearm of all oil ba… see more In my experience the degreaser is to remove all oil based products from the firearm before applying the Froglube. The solvent is used for everyday cleaning. Some have commented on the need for a heavier cleaner, and sure does work as such. I've never had to use the degreaser after stripping the firearm of all oil based products, unless I'm tearing down the firearm and disassembling it into it's individual pieces. Still you can use Mean Green to degrease the firearm too. And then start over applying Froglube as an initial application. For field stripping spray the solvent brush/wipe clean, reapply the froglube and wipe clean as in routine applications. see less In my experience the degreaser is to remove all oil based products from the firearm before applying the Froglube. The solvent is used for everyday cleaning. Some have commented on the need for a heavier cleaner, and sure does work as such. I've never had to use the degreaser after stripping the firearm of all oil based products, unless I'm tearing down the firearm and disassembling it into it's individual pieces. Still you can use Mean Green to degrease the firearm too. And then start over applying Froglube as an initial application. For field stripping spray the solvent brush/wipe clean, reapply the froglube and wipe clean as in routine applications.
Jim
· March 3, 2015
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I used it after each range visit a couple of times a week. It never expired.
Joe B
· January 28, 2019
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The Solvent is for doing a deep cleaning on guns that are FrogLubed. You don't need to use it each time you clean a FrogLubed gun. The Super Degreaser is a formulation designed for deep cleaning guns used by high count shooters and suppressors. It can actually replace Hoppes, and be used with lubricants other than FrogLube.
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Seller · May 12, 2017
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It's a solvent. The CLP is green. We will contact AMAZON to fix that.
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Seller · January 4, 2016