Lyman® Case Cleaning Media - Tufnut


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  • Media for Case Tumbler
  • Great choice for cleaning dirty and/or tarnished cases for reloading
  • Helps make cases look like new
Lyman Case Tufnut Cleaning Media is the most effective choice for cleaning heavily fouled cases. A few hours in a Lyman Turbo Tumbler filled with Case Cleaning Media and cases are clean, polished and ready for reloading. Specially Treated Rouge Bearing Nutshell Media is packed in an Easy Pour container. 7 lbs.     

Manufacturer model #: 7631396.
Lyman® Case Cleaning Media - Tufnut 4.2 5 5 5
Basic Cleaning and Polishing This is a good basic cleaning media but it does contain a polishing rouge that leaves a light red residue on the brass cases. I have tried to wipe them clean but the rouge sticks pretty well to the brass. Using Oneshot case lube does help, but as the case lube dries it makes the rouge sticky and then the cases start to stick to the dies. I haven't decided if I am going to continue using it or switch to walnut shells instead. March 8, 2014
Jewelry quaility shine. I was a professional jeweler for over 40 years, and if you ask me you have to have some sort of polishing media, like the rouge that's in this product, to get any sort of "finishing shine" to what ever you are tumbling. February 26, 2013
No red dust!!!! A lot of the customer reviews said this media caused a lot of red dust. I used it in my Lyman 1200, which has an open top (sifter) and it produces no dust. The only red dust was the inside of the cases, but it was just a light film that has no effect on the reloaded rounds. I cleaned about 200 .45acp cases for 2 hours, and they looked almost as good as new. This media works as advertised July 28, 2011
RELOADER Great product as a fast media brass cleaner, it cleans faster then corn cob and is great at removing most tarnish. I do agree with the other post it does leave behind a red coating and does not leave a high shine like corn cob. So for my reloading I use the nut to do the bulk of the heavy cleaning then I swap the media for corn cob to place the final polish on the brass and it coes out great!!! September 23, 2010
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