Originally Posted by Crazykev
Good idea Team! I guess I'll be robbing one of the many girls in my house of thier "tools" again
Snatched up one of thier brushes a few nights ago to clean my head and case threads after chasing them. I cut about 3/4 of the brush length down to make it work. The tape was just to be shure the head didn't fall off.
I'll see ya and raise ya a .40 cal
I use gun brushes for cleaning chased, threaded holes. They are made out of brass, bronze or hard plastic, they will accept a threaded extension rod, and by themselves or attached to the threaded extension rod can be chucked up in your cordless drill and absolutely sanitize threaded holes.
Squirt some brake cleaner in the hole, run the brush driven by your drill up and down the hole a couple of times, re-spray with brake cleaner and blow with compressed air and viola SPOTLESS threaded holes.