- Gum Out carburetor cleaner (aerosol)
- Brake-Kleen (aerosol)
- PB Blaster (aerosol)
- Gunk Engine Degreaser (aerosol)
- Birchwood Casey’s Gun Scrubber (aerosol)
- Remington Shotgun cleaner (aerosol)
- Lube Job (aerosol)
- Shooters Choice Copper Remover
"The materials that we use are 2 stage high performance coatings that are very expensive and have extreme adhesion to the surfaces that we apply. Every surface will have its own primer we evaluate the parts being coated with the appropriate primer.
Our clear flat finish coating is made for our shop “only” and no one else has access to this clear flat product which has an extreme resistance to the harshest bore solvents, gun cleaners and scrubbers on the market, it’s even resistant to ”Gum-Out Carburetor Cleaner” and “Brake Kleen”.
Most processors will use what they call water transfer printing coatings, we have tried these but we are not satisfied with the durability of the product, they are not resistant to the harsh solvents and gun cleaners. They use a universal primer and we feel that no one primer can maintain the adhesion to all surfaces."
A link to their pricing can be found here. I'm planning to ship my barrel out at the start of the New Year and I'll report back on how it looks and holds up! I'll then give you my recommendation as to what I think about it. From the research that I've done, this seems to be a very good solution to the problems that are faced with the Dura Touch coating on the Browning and Winchester firearms.
We would like to hear if anyone has tried Camo Solutions as well if you have faced the same problems with your Dura Touch coatings, so drop us a line via email or leave a comment for all to read!