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Has anyone used this in their tumbler?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by randyr5, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. randyr5

    randyr5

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    PCJim Senior Member

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    Not sure what you're intention is. If trying to quickly remove residue, add 2-3 tablespoons of paint thinner to your media. If trying to get a shine that will attract women of loose morals, add a capful of NuFinish to the media.

    Remember that anytime you add any liquid to your media, allow the media to fully absorb and mix the additive. This is usually accomplished with a ten minute tumble session. If you don't, your likelihood of having clumped media inside your cases will have an inverse relationship to your odds of winning the PowerBall.
     

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    sellersm disciplinare

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    I like it, but it depends on what you're goal is. I think it brightens up the brass quite nicely, but, to be fair, I've never used NuFinish in my tumbler.... I have Flitz around cuz I use it for other things as well, so that's what I use.
     
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    I've used it to treat media for really tarnished brass. Works great. Most of the time I use Nu-finish though.