Jerry S: Would you recommend one of these to clean dirt bike parts
gunlover1955: Add 1 oz of car polish to the water it will make it like new.
Chris Kelly84: I use white vinegar and dawn and some sea salt, u have to run about 3
cycles and the water is VERY dirty.
fluxcapacitor05: Sonic cleaners are not for idiots to buy. Whoever decided to clean with
nothing but water and inferior agents are a 'special' kind of jackass.
Does your dishwasher work without soap? DUUUUURRRRRR How about your
clothes washer? DUUUUUUUUUUURRRRR. Don't be a freaking idiot.
You have to use the right agents, which are acids of varying degrees of
potency (this is non-negotiable). Simple Green's active ingredients aren't
acids, are they? Make videos with proper agents. I'll promise you'll get
results. In fact, I'll smack down $100 that says I'm right.
matt summers: Stop using just water you cheap jackass.
lskw1: mancow... doesn't sound good..lol
blynch312: here we go!
Tracey Terrill: Try useing the brass case cleaner sold by reloading suppliers for sonic
goodnightChesty1775: lol man...cabellas sells "cartridge cleaner" with there hornady one for
21.00 that might work, but its also a box of ammo...
lskw1: @NikyRipy its a cleaner, google it its prolly ava near you or under a
2LateIWon: White Vinigar and dawn seems to do really well.
rootbeer4969: You can't. The color change means the composition of the alloy has changed.
Use Lemi-shine instead of vinegar.
rootbeer4969: I use Lemi-shine (Walmart), a squirt of grease-cutting dishwashing liquid,
a pinch of U-S cleaning powder to be had at Harbor Freight and heated water
in my cleaner. I run it multiple 480-second cycles with a five-minute rest
between each run. Can't run it at 480 over and over. Overheats the
transducer. I do other things while it's running and cooling down, so no
time lost. Love the thing. Cleans the insides of the cases. I can do
200-plus .223 cases at a shot. Stir 'em every so often. Works!!
barnettzack: i know hornady makes ultrasonic brass cleaner solvent but i don't know how
well it works... i'll still tumble in walnut media...
SHOOTERNW: thanks for wasting your time keep the cleaning vids coming
Berlindagem: Nothing!!!Nothing!!! lol
noBuzzkillin: I think rctrav was going to make a vid where he uses one of those to give
himself a hummer.. Haha
lskw1: @thebudgetarmory1 yea def not ideal for brass
NikyRipy: @lskw1 What is simple green? :) Sorry But I'm Italian :)
lskw1: @barnettzack yea i just wanted to throw this out there so see what
happens,,,, now i know..NOTHING
Varianna12: Mt guess is he don't like bullets. Whaddaya think?
lskw1: @badjeep02 i give it to a friend, i just get a big pile than hand it over
lskw1: @jayrod68 i know alot of ppl said it cleaned out the primer part of the
brass real well..
breadstick360: Well I wouldn't consider a total waist of time....'cause I'm going to get
myself one. Got a Harbor Freight store near me and will go get one soon.
Why? Cause I can do the same crap heh......
glockman1727ak47: 3:42 with your commentary, never a waste of time. Looks like you need to
use the cleaner with the distilled water.
lskw1: @ChicaWolverina how do u do that
oilhammer04: I use that same machine with a little dishwashing liquid, vinegar, and warm
water. This cleans the brass, (but probably too much since it leaves the
brass with a dull finish. I may use less vinegar. I clean the brass by
hand, deprime it, and then put it in the ultrasonic cleaning machine last.
drjerrymc: @lskw1 That's true, you never know until you try!
greeves66: Can't think of any factory rifle ammo that does not come with jacketed
bullets. Any and all lead from the bullet went out the barrel. Yeah Yeah
some folks are thinking about the few that may cast their own bullets....
those few keep their brass.
sailingmanuel: I hope you can get a refund on that thing.
rusty815: @lskw1 lol, its all good, you should make another video trying to clean
brass using my advice, im sure that after 3 or 4 cycles you will get the
brass to be factory clean if not better.
lskw1: @breadstick360 it still works well with other things
lskw1: @rekjavicxxx hahah funny thing is that i did see it coming
lskw1: @MatrixOne976 the second half of the vid was simple green...
lskw1: @josephd27 maybe just a tad but the water wasn't all that dirty
lskw1: not only lead, but lead in MY house..lol
lskw1: @breadstick360 thanks for watching man
lskw1: @Berlindagem lol
lskw1: @NikyRipy water and simple green, don't use it it doesn't work..lol
lskw1: @paintballdude902 smart!
Misty johnson: dish soap, vinegar, and table salt work really well in a sonic tumbler for
cleaning old brass...
lskw1: @rusty815 at the time i made this video I didn't reload, but i do now, so I
just use my tumbler, May not get it as sparkling clean, but im able to do
more volume, Im using a 550B so she can really pump em out
chevy6299: Citric acid or Lime shine work great and you can add a dash of dish soap if
wifebeater756: i wasted my time for you lol
KrKrypton: Coworker uses a sonic cleaner to clean his brass, I use a rock tumbler and
stainless media to wet tumble. I cleaned his brass that just came out of
his sonic cleaner. Spotless and bright. I've seen results from all 3
methods, and wet tumbling is the best.
lskw1: @drjerrymc well said man, i guess i was just seeing what would happen..lol