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View Poll Results: What do you use to Clean your brass
Walnut Media 50 35.46%
Corn Cob 29 20.57%
Steel Pins 52 36.88%
Nothing - I like it dirty 2 1.42%
Something else 17 12.06%
Bacon 11 7.80%
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What do you use to clean your brass and why? Success? Failures? Lets hear it.

I've been going back and forth, trying new things, but always seem to come back to the old stand-by...walnut hulls. I've tried Corn Cob media a few times but that stuff is just way too dusty and nasty for me, not to mention it leaves the brass dull. The steel pins definitely look to get the brass clean but I'm not looking to do that extra drying step. I've even tried the Kasha buckwheat mentioned in a thread here but although it cleaned good I didn't feel it did any better than walnut, and the walnut media is cheaper for me.

Below is two pictures showing 357 brass I cleaned with corn cob on one side and walnut on the other. The dust and dullness of the corncob is apparent in the pics I think. For me, I'll be sticking with the old standby of walnut media with NuFinish car wax from here on out. Maybe. Unless there's something new I need to try



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Corncob, laced with Brasso and some mineral spirits.

Wait! Brasso! Ammonia! I'll die!

Bull-"bleep". The ammonia in Brasso will not cause you any grief.
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Corncob, laced with Brasso and some mineral spirits.

Wait! Brasso! Ammonia! I'll die!

Bull-"bleep". The ammonia in Brasso will not cause you any grief.
Are you not engulfed in a cloud of dust when you separate the brass from the media? I've tried dryer sheets in the tumbler but they were no match for it all.
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I use all , plus a sonic . [ no bacon ]
No real problem with dust [ I do add car polish ] and dryer sheets . wax
and dust do build up in vibrator
Walnut and steel pins get stuck in primer holes .
Buckwheat - I have not found yet .
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I cut up a dryer sheet into quarters and do not have trouble with dust or dirty brass. I use treated corn cob media. I used walnut for many years but the corn cob does better for me. Super shiny clean brass with it.
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woolite white no pins 45 mins in small concrete mixer with a spoonful of citric acid.
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Are you not engulfed in a cloud of dust when you separate the brass from the media? I've tried dryer sheets in the tumbler but they were no match for it all.
Nope. A bit of mineral spirits and an occasional dryer sheet. No dust at all.
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Corncob, laced with Brasso and some mineral spirits.

Wait! Brasso! Ammonia! I'll die!

Bull-"bleep". The ammonia in Brasso will not cause you any grief.
Thats pretty close to what I use. I don't care what it looks like.

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Steel pins, bit of dawn, bit of lemishine, few drops of degreaser and hot water. Looks like new.

Here's my disclaimer...don't use degreaser unless you take the time to check the acidity of the water, it will ruin brass if not mixed correctly.
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reptile bedding is cheaper than walnut media - just as effective. Add a capful of Nu Finish per batch.
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a friend gave me a few pounds of Grit-o-cob #1420 or 1480? I think it is used mainly for sand blasting media. The media is pretty fine grit compared to ground walnut shells or reptile litter.

I use it with a little bit of NuFinish car polish and an old tumbler letting it turn for about an hour or two. Brass comes out clean and shiny. What I really like about this setup is the media is small enough to pass through the primer hole without plugging it. Last time I purchased a sack of the media, a 50 pound bag was about $18. Almost a lifetime supply.
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I've had great success with a 2L sonic cleaner.
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Whatever media I use it always gets a dab of Nu finish in there to help with the polishing. I also added dryer sheets to the corn con but still, when the cycle was finished and it was time to separate media from brass it was just this fat nasty cloud of lead rising up. Gross. Why doesn't this happen to anyone else?!

Reptile bedding, I've used it and yes it can be pretty cheap, but I still think the Walnut is cheaper. Best bang for the buck maybe.
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Harbor freight walnut. Cheap and Chinese. Magical combo. But hella dusty. I run the vibrators outside and pollute the neighborhood.
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I bought a 50lb sack of walnut media from a guy on here for $40 I think and have been using it for years. I cut up a few cheap wash cloths into 2x2” pieces and put 3 in with the brass while running it. Don’t have any dust problems. I also add a cap full of new finish.
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I went sonic. The brass isn't as pretty, but it works.
And zero dust.
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Are you not engulfed in a cloud of dust when you separate the brass from the media? I've tried dryer sheets in the tumbler but they were no match for it all.
I don’t know where you guys buy your media but I’ve never had issues with dust. Spilt media is a problem but not dust.
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I used walnut and Nufinish for a long time, and got bit by the SS pin bug, and bought a FART, was about to give it up, when I decided to try the larger (Stilly) pins. Wow, I haven't looked back, the larger (Stilly) pins are the only way to go.

The hassles of the smaller pins, getting everywhere are gone, and the brass looks like new.

Is it necessary for good quality ammunition? NO!, not even a little bit, but then I do a lot of stuff, in my life, that's not 100% necessary, but take pride in my craftsmanship. I'm retired and have time, and I understand, not everyone does (have time). SS pin tumbling does not make my ammunition any better than anyone else's, I just like it that way and have the time to do it.
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Mostly walnut for me but have used corn cob media from time to time. I don't get too much dust but I still throw in a few strips from an old dryer sheet, along with a cap of polish. The brass comes out clean enough for me. If they seem too dusty, I'll do a quick roll around in a towel after separating the media.

I've been seeing a lot lately on using the stainless pins, which I may invest in just to try. I can see where I might be able to use it for other things as well.
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I've been seeing a lot lately on using the stainless pins, which I may invest in just to try. I can see where I might be able to use it for other things as well.
I've kept my smaller pins, thinking the same thing. Haven't done it yet, but then I don't throw much away. A point that has been driven home, over and over, as we pack up for our move to Nevada!
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Something Else: Sonic Cleaner

Not sure why that isn't an option of its own.
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Large harbor freight cement mixer, water, car wash &wax, lemi shine. Brass 3-4 gallons at a time
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steel pins if I feel like de-priming first. Corn cob if I don't feel like it.
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Harbor Freight walnut and some Dillon rapid polish. All you will ever need.
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Vib tumbler with walnut. If the brass is especially dirty, I might spray it with some 6% Comet citric acid bathroom cleaner. Also I cut up some used dryer sheets into strips and throw it in with the brass and walnut. It absorbs dirt and helps keep the media cleaner so it lasts longer.
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50 Walnut/50 Corn Cob.....with Dillon case polish.

I don't need bright shinny brass, I just want it clean enough to inspect and load.
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Buckwheat groats. Clean ‘em up using mineral spirits and they last a long time. I use them to get rid of the citric acid residue from washing range pickup.
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reptile bedding is cheaper than walnut media - just as effective. Add a capful of Nu Finish per batch.
I do this too (walnut from the pet store and nufinish) but not a capful per batch. Maybe two or three capfuls total for the life of the media batch. After 15 uses or so I use new media.

No dust, comes out as clean as steel pin if you give it 5 hours. It also is dry and the nufinish helps slow down tarnish. I'd go light though since I kinda wonder if too much nufinish prevents a good seal between the round and the rifle (I can see powder residue moving up the sides of used cases that had a lot of nufinish... front to back). re: a lot of waxy lubricant (synthetic but still...) on something that needs a tight seal might not be a good idea.

Tried steel pin. Couldn't get the acidity right so they tarnished quickly, drying made spots, and some pins ended up staying in the brass even when I tried to shake them all out. Figured steel pins down my barrel might not be good for it.

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I use one of these with lots of plain walnut shell outside in dry weather, cover it up after to keep the cats out. Brass is not factory new shiny afterwards but functions fine. What dust created is blown away. Somewhat a monotonous drone out of it, but the neighbors haven't complained. Probably 500+ 30.06 pieces with no problems.

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Wet tumble here. I like how the brass is really clean. No dust too.
I also wet tumble my projos too

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Someone here mentioned "Toasted buckwheat" a few months ago. Bought some at a Indian[as in India] store. Put in vibrating tumbler, a couple squirts of Turtle wax spray and run for about an hour or so. VERY clean brass, no dust and nothing in the flash hole. Works.
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How much [ pound wise ] and how many cases ?
What cases- rifle / pistol ?
I have not found any yet .
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For years Vib Tumbler with walnut. Works well.

Recently got some reloading stuff from a good friend; has bad macular degeneration. Really sad, cause he was a great shooting buddy, and taught me a lot about reloading when I was starting out 35 years ago.

One of the items was a Thumblers Tumbler rotary tumbler. That, with walnut does a really nice job, but is slower than the Vib tumbler.

I have been curious about the wet tumble and stainless pins; I think that would work with the Thumbler...
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How much [ pound wise ] and how many cases ?
What cases- rifle / pistol ?
I have not found any yet .
2lb bag[bought 2] about $3 a bag. .45auto pistol brass.
Yeah, you have to look around for it. International markets usually have it.
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a few Mexican stores , food outlet and another that the name
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I have the rotary , vibrator and sonics . Walnut , corn cob and steel
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Walnut and corn cob - did not like in rotary
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vibrator = walnut or corn cob - both with car polish and dryer used sheets
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