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Old 01-06-2020, 04:53 PM   #1
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Spilled hoppes 9

Is hoppes 9 dangerous to touch after its evaporated? Say if it spilled on some things in a messy crowded closet? Is there any dangerous residue? Noob and dumb question I know but still learning. Some pillows and towels got some as I guess the bottle leaked somehow. I never noticed a smell until opened my cleaning bag when I went to clean today and noticed a smell and most the cleaner was gone. Also ton got on my hands how nasty is this stuff health wise for this encounter?
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Old 01-06-2020, 10:56 PM   #3
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I spilled some solvent in a pair of cowboy boots one time. That was the end of wearing those boots. It never cleared out enough........
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Dear heavens, it's the greatest smell on earth.
For the OP, plainly don't bathe in it, but wash your clothes and call it good.
Hoppes regs are CYA from the legal department. All of us here have used it forever, and reports of three heads developing are vastly overstated.
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Some pillows and towels got some as I guess the bottle leaked somehow.
I would wash them and if the odor disappears and they aren't stained call it good.
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Old 01-07-2020, 11:15 AM   #6
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hoppes can bleach finishes on weapons

As long as it didn't rest on any weapons or things of a similar nature I'd think you are ok.
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If washing doesn't take the smell out of your pillows, you can look forward to pleasant dreams about gun cleaning.

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Hoppes! I use that **** on everything!
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Check the MSDS...then again, maybe your shouldn’t
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