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I was over at my Dad's house this weekend cleaning one of my guns with Break-Free like I have since the mid-1990's. After a while he began to complain that the fumes were making him sick at his stomach. I had to open some windows to get the fumes out.

I've used Break-Free for years because the stuff is great, but I don't want to endanger my health or that of others.

Are there any healthy gun cleaners/lubricants/preservatives? :dunno:
 

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I just make sure I do the work in my garage, toward the open doors and get plenty of ventilation.

I wish I could come up with a good way to protect my hands and still handle the small parts and such. My hands really take a beating and get spits and cracks that really hurt considering they are so darn small.
 

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Custer said:
I just make sure I do the work in my garage, toward the open doors and get plenty of ventilation.

I wish I could come up with a good way to protect my hands and still handle the small parts and such. My hands really take a beating and get spits and cracks that really hurt considering they are so darn small.
THIS problem I solved a long time ago. Not wanting to put my sweaty hands on iron gun parts that could rust, I started using rubber surgical gloves available at any drugstore. Make SURE you get the POWDER-FREE type or you'll have talcum powder all over your weapon.
 
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