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    Cleaning A Parkerized Finish

    Just wondering what the best way to wipe down and clean a parkerized finish? I have a 1911 Loaded, Parkerized....Will CLP do the trick?

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    Yep - CLP should work fine

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    Break-free clp will work very well & so will a solution of simple-green mixed 50/50 with water. Spray or soak, rinse with hot water, dry with compressed air or a hair dryer. Lube, reassemble, & shoot. Bada-bing-bada-boom

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    I use Brake cleaner.

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    Non chlorinated brake cleaner is great for cleaning,to reprotect it basically any oil will work with parkerizing.It's porous and soaks it right up.It's a durable finish,but void of any protectant will go to hell eventually.

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