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Old 11-20-2012, 01:03   #10
stevelyn
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I normally use untreated walnut hull, however... The Lyman tufnut treated with polishing compound was all they had. I used it as normal but when I checked the cases I saw a lot of the compound on the cases. I know I can wipe it off the outside but what about the inside? Do any of you wash the cases with soap and water to remove it? Perhaps there is a better way. If so please share.

Thanks.

I use the Lyman TuffNut. I only use it if the cases are extremely dirty or stained and on all range pick-up brass the first time.

I toss them in corn cob media afterwards with a little Frankford Arsenal case polish and it cleans the jewelers rouge out of the cases.
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