Cerma STM-3® CSL Firearm Foam and Grease - sold as a package or individually.
Cerma utilizes SiC technology to form a micro-ceramic seal on all metal parts to reduce friction, remove carbon, copper, and lead deposits, and clean old oil from firearms, loaders, and loading tools. Cerma leaves behind a SiC finish that treats the metal to create a matrix that is impervious to heat, cold, and buildup, with 6x the load-carrying capacity of US Military required specifications.
Cerma CSL Firearm Foam will reduce friction, wear, and abrasion while providing unmatched protection. Just clean firearm as normal, Cerma is all the protection you will ever need. Cerma CSL Firearm Foam is not your ordinary gun cleaner, Cerma CSL is a new generation of lubrication and protectant fortified with STM-3 technology.
Cerma CSL Firearm Grease is engineered to meet the most demanding needs for firearm lubrication and protection. Prevents metal damage in actions, shotgun hinges and hardware, frame rails, and bolt-action locking lugs. Quick and easy to apply. Will cling to metal and will not wash off with water. Works in extreme temperatures -60°F to 350°F.
• Increased Velocity and Better Grouping
• Cleans, Seals, Protects, and Lubricates
• Helps Remove Carbon, Copper & Lead Deposits
• Reduced Jams, Increased Performance
• Superior Corrosion Protection / Prevents Rust and Oxidation
• Extends Barrel Life • Extreme Temperatures (Hot and Cold)
• Smoother Action • Lower Barrel Temps, typically 25°F to 100°F
• Easier and Faster Cleaning (Less Buildup)
• Reduced Maintenance Costs
• Water-Resistant, won't Break Down or Dry Out
• Restores Surface Metal Imperfections
• Extended Shooting Time Between Cleanings
• Safe on all Metals, won’t Etch or Pit Barrels
• Powerful & Fast-Acting • Non-Flammable, Non-Corrosive
• Stays in place and lubricates in the most severe conditions
• Excellent Water and Chemical Washout Resistance
• Easy to Use
• Odorless After Application
• American Innovation & American Made
Cerma CSL products are environmentally safe and do not contain any solvents or PTFEs.
Norwalk CT Police Department Usage Review of Cerma CSL Firearm:
I must admit that I tend to view products with skepticism however the proof was in the data. I saw a legitimate 200 fps gain in a 16” AR-15 that would be the equivalent of having a 20” barrel, as well as a legitimate 150 fps boost in a 40 cal Sig P-229R. Now when cleaning time came around, both guns pretty much wiped clean with minimal fuss. I am looking forward to continued use of Cerma and can see that it also has potential for USPSA shooters who have to meet a minimum power floor providing extra velocity without pressure increase.
Corey Vento- Police training officer
Norwalk CT Police Department
Instructions - Cerma CSL Firearm Foam:
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE
Cerma Technology works by utilizing three parts:
Carbon (dirt), Water, and Heat. For best performance, follow the instructions so that all three elements are properly utilized and the Cerma process completes itself.
Part 1 - Carbon / Dirt: Do not Pre-Clean firearm prior to application of Cerma, for AT LEAST 48 hours prior.
Do NOT use any other cleaner while you are using Cerma CSL
as your firearm cleaning protocol.
Part 2 - First Time Cleaning
1) SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE
2) Insert Straw into Spray Tip of Aerosol Can
3) Point Straw into Barrel of Firearm and Spray
4) When Foam Starts to Come Out of Action Area, STOP Spraying
5) Let Cerma Sit for 20 Minutes without Wiping or Cleaning
7) After 20 Minutes, Swab out the Foam with Clean Dry Swab
8) Using Another Swab Saturated with Room Temp Water,
Swab Barrel Again - this is the “Water” Element
9) As soon as Possible, Take Firearm Out and Fire Until
The barrel is Warm to Hot - this is the “Heat” Element
Note: DO NOT Use Any Other Cleaner while using Cerma CSL.
Part 3 - Follow Up Cleanings
1) Repeat Steps 1 to 4 Above
2) Let Cerma Sit for 5 Minutes without Wiping or Cleaning
3) After 5 Minutes, Swab out the Foam with Clean Dry Swab
NO need to Swab again with Wet Swab,
NO need to take the Firearm out and Immediately Fire.
Note: DO NOT Use Any Other Cleaner while using Cerma CSL.
Instructions - Cerma CSL Firearm Grease:
Take off the tip and inject sparingly into the firing and action area of the firearm. No need to wipe off unless you have over-applied.
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I’ve used this for years now. And it’s amazing. I used it on all my weapons now. Some many times. My EDC i practice weekly with 60-100 rounds. Even with this all I have to do is take a paper towel and wipe off the carbon on the slide and barrel. To be truthful I have 9-12 applications of this on it. My. Pistol slides like glass, even with 10-18K rounds through it. My rifles especially my ARs I’ve used multiple coats on and they are smooth as silk and again usually a simple wipe down after use is all you need except the bolt. A little plastic brushing and WAMO it’s like new. I do load my own ammo so it’s clean burning powder but still, this is amazing stuff. My 22LR I shoot nearly daily and again I’ve used many coats of cerma on it. My receiver is so so smooth and super easy to clean even after many hundreds of rounds. I have another review which I will still stick to. This is the only treatment that I have to rezero my scopes for. It make the barrels so smooth your velocity is fast so I’ve hit high on all my rifles when first treating them. I put Cerma on about every 3-8 time I clean my weapons, depending if they are bolt or semi auto. And after the second or third treatment I don’t use any grease or oil, nothing and still flawless functionalityof my weapons. Love this stuff. Best I’ve used especially for the price!! Oh one more thing from one bottle of Cerma I’ve coated probably 30-50 weapons with multiple applications on most. And I’ve still have about 1/8 of my first can left. Amazing. It takes so little of this after you figure out what your doing.
Wow I am impressed
I wasn’t really expecting too much. I’ve used all sorts of oils and greases of many kinds and I do have my favs but none have ever made me go wow. I shoot a good bit, anywhere from 150-350 rounds a week. This is the only treatment that I’ve had to reset my zero on my scopes. It took about 10-15 shots to really get a real tight pattern on my bullseye. I was at first hitting high which means I was getting better velocities. Although that’s wonderful in itself the thing that I was so surprised at was how smooth my action is. I treated the inside of my barrel of course but also did my receiver and bolt and all moving parts. My semiautomatic are like they are made from glass. So smooth. My bolt actions are as well. I treated one of my semi auto pistols an XD and also treated all moving parts and barrel. It has thousands of rounds threw it and it didn’t feel this smooth when it was new. Time will tell if it holds up but from a month of shooting I am very impressed with this product. Your weapon doesn’t have really any excess oil or grease to get dirty which is very nice when ya go to clean them after a good shooting session. There’s just not much to clean. Maybe a little powder residue and that’s it and it just wipes off. I’m amazed.