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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Morgo, Feb 6, 2013.
Can stainless steel tumblers have an adverse effect on the brass?
If you mean ss pins, not likely. The agitation is pretty mild.
I probably should have mentioned its not the ss pins I'm concerned about but rather what is added as well.
Lemishine seems to be the recommended additive which contains citric acid I believe. I had someone mention possible issues with this reacting with the brass, dezincification possibly?
No, citric acid won't hurt brass as long as you don't use too much & rinse it off. Ammonia is bad, messes w/ the brass composition. BTW, it takes very little citric acid to clean brass. Add a drop or two of dish soap & things clean up pretty quickly. Rinse in very hot water & let dry. I don't use ss/wet for cleaning brass often, just really stubborn stuff. I do use it for cleaning brass jackets I am making from 22lr case to swage 223 bullets.