FROGLUBE® is a cutting edge bio-based lubricant made from “USDA Certified Food-Grade”. All ingredients are produced in the USA using a proprietary formula. It is a non-toxic substance that dissolves carbon on contact. It has a heavy specific gravity, which enables it to ‘season’ the metal by absorption deep into the pores. Using FROGLUBE results in a durable dry slick wax-like surface that reduces friction, eliminates fouling, and destroys rust. FROGLUBE is safe for plastic, urethane, nylon, and wood. FROGLUBE will give your weapon many extended years of service.
FROGLUBE will not harm the environment. It can be disposed of without the need for prohibitive HAZMAT controls. Users will be protected from the affects of working in and around toxic chemicals.
FROGLUBE IS A BIO-BASED LUBRICANT, CLEANER AND PROTECTANT
- CONTAINS NO PETROLEUM OR WATER
- NON-HAZARDOUS IN EVERY WAY
- PLEASANT MINT SMELL
MODEL: Froglube FL 15263
is a revolutionary bio-based gun cleaner, lubricant and preservative
(CLP) product made from food-grade ingredients all obtained exclusively
from US suppliers. It is a new 'green' product developed for government
use by San Diego-based Audemous, Inc, a company that evaluates products
in the emerging environmental, safety and health sector.
was founded by Capt. Larry Lasky, US Navy SEAL (ret), who spent the past
32 years in service to the United States Special Operations Command,
Naval Special Warfare and to the U.S. soldiers, sailors, airmen and
marines whose gallant performance he attributes to every success on any
mission and on any battlefield he has served. After a career of
uncounted operations in every environment from jungle, to arctic, to
maritime and desert, he's seen the impact of these extremes on weapons
and equipment. He felt the best equipment, products and weapons always
came from combining the most arduous conditions and the solutions
created by the world's best field 'operators'. He's taken this ethos
into product development with FrogLube, a new technology lubricant
designed to replace inferior and toxic petroleum-based products that
foul actions, attract carbon and stick to dirt and grime.
Lasky's experiences involved shooting or deploying troops who shot
hundreds of thousands of rounds in every conceivable extreme
environmental and tactical condition. In his experience, stoppages,
misfeeds and fouling-caused malfunctions occur way too frequently and an
area often overlooked became the source of his quest to develop