BALLISTOL UNIVERSAL OIL 200ML AEROSOL
This Ballistol Universal Oil is well tried and unequalled, the perfect solution to clean, lubricate and protect your rifle.
Ballistol helps to clean and dissolve traces of copper, lead, brass, zinc and tombac from the inside of your barrel, while lubricating moving parts and protecting your firearm against rust by forming a long lasting film over metal surfaces. It also serves as a protectant for your wooden stock, a feature which seperates it from the rest!
The most outstanding feature of Ballistol Universal Oil is its universality. There are various other lubricants in the market, but none have the unique properties of Ballistol Universal Oil allowing for such a wide range of applications. It can be used to clean, preserve, protect, prevent corrosion, to maintain, to impregnate and disinfect not only objects made out of metal, but also wood, hard plastics and leather.
Ballistol Universal Oil is biodegradable, Neither its use nor its disposal will pollute our precious eco system. Its natural decomposition will not product any by-products that may be harmful to the environment.
Metal // Leather // Plastic // Wood // Formica // Fibreglass & more!
Lubricant // Cleaner // Rust Inhibitor // Biodegadable // Emulsifies in Water // Not Harmful to Skin // Dermatologically Test // Does not conduct electricity //
- Size - 200ml
- Type - Aerosol
- Cleans, lubricates & protects your firearm
- Preserves and protects metal, wood, leather and plastics.
- Biodegradable and won't harm the environment
- Other Uses - Knives & Tools, Boating, Vehicles & Bikes, Black Powder and more!
- Do not use on CD's, DVD's, suede and varnished timbers.
The Ballistol Story:
At the turn of the 20th Century, the German Imperial Army began looking for a multi-purpose oil that could be used to clean and maintain metallic parts of a rifle, while also protecting its wooden stock and a soldier's leather gear. To develop this oil, the Army contracted with Friedrich Klever and his son Dr. Helmut Klever, a professor of chemistry at the Tehnical University of Karlsruhe.
In 1904, Dr. Helmut Klever succeeded in producing the special compound which he named "Ballistol" (from the words "Ballistil" and "Oleum", the latin word for "Oil"). It soon became obvious that this new "Ballistic Oil" had truly amazing capabilities, and in 1905 the imperial Army test and adopted Ballistol, which stayed in use until 1945. By then however, word had spread and within a decade, hunters, boaters, hikers and outdoorsmen all over the world are using this "miracle oil".