First Natural Based Gun Cleaner Hits Market

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Effective plant-based cleaner is safe and environmentally friendly.

Gun cleaners are widely known for their hazardous chemicals and strong odors. Disposing of hazardous waste is a huge cost to state and federal agencies and can also create an environmental problem in landfills. Additionally, cleaners can be unhealthy to use, difficult to transport, and residual odors are problematic for hunters.

A new product, Gunzilla, is the world’s first natural based gun cleaner containing no water, no petroleum distillates and no hazardous chemicals. Additionally, it does not freeze, is non-flammable, non-corrosive and does not break down from heat. Because it is made from plants, Gunzilla does not create harmful or unnatural smells.

Gunzilla is just as effective as it is safe and environmentally responsible. It lubricates and protects, removing carbon, copper, lead, rust, plastic and corrosive residue, and can be left on any metal part of the gun for an extended period of time without hurting the gun.

“I wish that there had been a product like Gunzilla available years ago when I was in the Marine Corps,” said Don Schneider, a retired Marine. “If I were still in the Corps today, Gunzilla is something that I would truly cherish if it were to arrive in a Care Package from home.”

Recently, top shooters at the NRA National Championships used Gunzilla and cut their cleaning time by one-third. When they were done, their guns were clean and were left with a thin, slippery dry coating that serves as lubrication and protection from rust and corrosion, helping to reduce fouling and make future cleanings even faster. Initially designed for soldiers in desert areas to reduce the sand and dirt collecting on their weapons and preventing them from firing, this unique coating is equally effective for hunters, police and wildlife officers in keeping their firearms clean and free of dirt.


Don Kettles

Topduck Products, LLC

P.O. Box 80466

Lansing, MI. 48908

Phone: 517 321-8416

Cell: 517 930-0681


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