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Assuming you mean the black synthetics...

 

When mine looks like it needs a little TLC, and water isn't doing it, I remove the stock and forearm from the weapon, clean them thoroughly with water and a mild detergent, and then use Hoppes Elite Gun Cleaner.

Apply enough to make the surfaces appear wet, then buff down with a clean dry cloth.

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The Hoppes restores the depth and richness to the black finish.

 

[ 12-30-2005, 09:21 AM: Message edited by: tucker301 ]

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