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I use a Lyman vibrating case cleaner with media that has a red polishing rouge mixed with it. I clean/polish my brass before decaping. I like the polished look of the cases but the red rouge leaves a fine coating which is a pain to remove. I've tried vacuuming with a shop-vac but the rouge still coats the inside of the cases. Besides switching to a media without the polishing rouge, does anyone have a more efficient way to remove the rouge dust?
 

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either use it and live with it or dump it and get some new stuff.

i had the same stuff. iirc, it came with the lyman tumbler.

some things you should know.

> Crushed walnut is for "cleaning"
> corn cob is for "polishing".

you can add polishing compound to the walnut and it will do a nice job, but not as good as plain corn cob. btw, the corn cob will break down faster.
 
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