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Post by Tallthinliar 3/23/2024, 3:34 am

Does anyone have experience using Dillon case lube for their progressive loaders. I’m considering it but worried about buildup crud. Thank you
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Post by dannyd93140 3/23/2024, 3:40 am

Use a baggy, spray case lube in the baggy, add cases, shake baggy, let dry. Will make the operation easier especially with the powder drop. and bullet seating.
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Post by Wobbley 3/23/2024, 5:01 am

Find a small plastic bucket (gallon of ice cream?), put a double handful of brass or two, and spray the lube into the bucket and on the cases. Toss to get other surfaces exposed and give another shot of lube and toss the brass around.  Just keep the bucket clean.
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Post by tomd999 3/23/2024, 5:19 am

Hiya,

The baggie and bucket are good methods, I’ve done both but I’ve simplified things by just filling up the case bin with brass, giving a quick shot of spray lube for the ones on the top, then after 25-30 rounds, another shot of lube for the ones on top, 25-30 more, another shot of lube etc. Low tech I know but less stuff to eventually clean or toss.

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Post by BE Mike 3/23/2024, 5:02 pm

I make my own case lube with 90% alcohol and 10% lanolin. I bought a re-usable glass spray bottle from the store.  I spray the lube on an old t-shirt, pour cases on it. Pull up the ends and "massage" the brass. With inflation rampant, that is one area where I can save money. For the alcohol, I use "Heet" in the 12 oz. red bottle. The liquid lanolin that I use comes in a 4 oz. bottle. The prices are all over the map, so it pays to shop around.
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Post by sharkdoctor 3/23/2024, 6:40 pm

For those of you making your own case lube, Iso-Heet (red bottle, 100% isopropyl alcohol) is good, as is using anhydrous lanolin.  Lanolin can contain 25-30% water, and when used with drugstore isopropyl, doesn't mix very well, and contains too much water for my preference.  Takes longer to dry before use.  I make up 10% anh. lanolin in isopropyl, spray on in a tray and let dry.  Towelling would remove lube, and drying is quite rapid anyway.

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