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Frankford Arsenal Quick-N-EZ 220V Vibratory Case Tumbler

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Frankford Arsenal Quick-N-EZ 220V Vibratory Case Tumbler

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The Frankford Arsenal Case Tumbler provides a quick, easy and economical means to clean your brass. Used in conjunction with the Frankford Arsenal walnut and corn cob media, the Quick-N-EZ Tumbler removes fouling, lube and oxidation quickly and conveniently. It will hold up to 600 9mm or 350 .223 cases. The Frankford Arsenal Case Tumbler provides a quick, easy and economical means to clean your brass. Used in conjunction with the FrankFord Arsenal walnut and corn cob media, the Quick-N-EZ Tumbler removes fouling, Lube and oxidation quickly and conveniently. It will hold up to 600 9mm or 350 .223 cases. The Kit includes Quick-N-EZ Case Tumbler, Quick-N-EZ Rotary Media Seperator, 4 oz Brass polish, 3 lb Cleaning Media and a Plastic Bucket. Fill the cleaning bowl about 2/3 full of cleaning or polishing media. Set the tumbler on a flat concrete surface and plug it in. Add any amount of brass you desire, up to maximum capacity. Capacity will vary with the size of the cases being cleaned. In general, once the cleaning media is in the tumbler, you can continue to add brass to your media until you see the tumbling action of the brass become sluggish. Obviously, with less tumbling action, you will get less cleaning action. If you put too much brass in and the action slows down, simply remove some of the brass. Tumble your brass until it is clean. If you are merely cleaning your brass, 30 minutes to an hour will normally remove all dirt and grease. If you want to polish the tarnish or powder stain from brass, you will need to use treated media or add ammonia-free brass polish to untreated media and then tumble for several hours. Just check the brass periodically for progress.

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