Hey guys, just thought I'd post another tip that I personally use. What do I do when I want to strip the metal of old lube/grease when switching lubes (doesn't happen anymore, I'm dead-set on CLP) or doing a deep clean on barrels and slides? I use Ronsonol. In my personal experience it leaves the metal in a bare, dry state (still has factory finish, though), and ready to accept a new coat. I do this because I will strip bare the metal, and relube once every 3 months, mainly to pull whatever carbon the CLP has pulled out of the metal (from firing and what not). Anyone else do the same?