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HORNADY L-N-L SONIC CLEANER 2-LITER HEATED 110 VOLT
- Features an 80 watt ceramic heater that enhances cleaning action. Especially helpful when cleaning parts.
- Two liter stainless steel tank holds up to 300 - 223 cases or 150 - 308 cases
- Five to thirty minute timer
- Cleans internal and external surfaces
Read 5 Reviews - Average Rating: 4.4 stars
Works as expexted
By Tom M.
on Mar 20, 2020
Cleans brass quite well. I tested on some years old 44 mag brass that was in bad shape. It came out nicely clean. I still had to clean a few primer pockets after drying, but not a big issue. If you had seen how nasty this old brass was you'd be amazed. It doesn't polish your brass if that's what your looking for. However, I ran a batch of once fired 7mm-08 brass (50 rounds) that were new about a month ago, through the cleaner and they came out great, including the primer pockets.
By Calvin P.
on Feb 27, 2020
The Hornady L-N-L Sonic cleaner is the simplest way there is to clean cartridges there is no mess no fuss great unit
Hornady sonic cleaner
By Charles T.
on Feb 23, 2020
Should have bought this sooner, works great !!!!
Works great on small primer brass
By BRUCE B.
on Jan 27, 2020
Mine worked well --without heat, cleaning the outside of my small primer Peterson brass in less than 15 minutes perfectly, and all I had to do was twist a cotton swab in the pockets a few times to do the final clean up and drying and the pockets were ready to go.
The large Peterson primer pockets did not clean up as well. but were probably clean enough to seat a primer. I did a final touch up with a Hornady reamer. The next test was to see if the inside of the brass got clean. The necks got clean, but the inside of the case did not. I ran some batches for 20 minutes, but they were still dirty with old powder. I think if I run them on the heated cycle and use the Sonic Cleaner -all the time- it might remove the residue in time.
Finally I just dried the cases off with a cloth and put them back in the ammo boxes and dried them with a hair dryer for 3-4 minutes. It takes all the dirty work out of cleaning brass, so I can spend more time on more important details of prepping the brass.
Doesn't work well without heat
By Derek S.
on Apr 14, 2015
I have to do at least two 30 minute sessions with heat to get my brass marginally clean. The first session the heater does not even make it to full power, so I have to do a second session for the heater to max out. It is next to useless without heat. I will experiment more with gun parts and see how it does with them. Hasn't come near meeting my expectations so far.
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