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I then took the pieces and wiped them all down with a clean cotton rag. I didn't use any chemicals, just wiped them off so they wouldn't be so oily, since I usually don't leave a ton of oil on my guns. I then re-sprayed the pieces and let them rust overnight. After 43 hours, the Break-free sample was rusting and the Eezox sample was still essentially rust-free.
The discoloration at the bottom is mostly salt crystals. One interesting thing I noted about the Eezox sample was that the salt spray did not bead on the metal.
In Test B all but the Break-Free developed a lot of rust. I really thought that Break-Free would be a marginal performer, and personally thought that strike hold and Slip would be the best, but I was wrong.
The Stike-Hold piece had rust within an hour. The Rem-Oil and Slip piece did very well in the first portion when a good amount of oil was left on the piece, but after wiping them down with a rag they rusted quite quickly as well.
After the first overnight exposure, four out of five test pieces in group B were rusted heavily. The only piece that was not rusted was the Break-Free sample, and since it was also included in test group B I decided that at this point testing on group B would stop. Group A was then resprayed with the saltwater solution to increase the difficulty of the test, and the testing continued. I am not paid by any of these lube manufacturers, and bought every lube at full price from a retail establishment, with the exception of Eezox, FP10, and Militec.
I received small samples of those products on request. Here is another photo of a test performed in by Jeff Johnson. Click here for full-size photo. Products Tested Front Row: Guns of the Week.