I shoot a lot of mil-surp, so like many others I've been using windex as a corrosive ammo cleaner for a very long time. Then over the weekend I noticed that my milsurp guns actually took FAR less time to clean than my "modern" non-corrosive ammo guns! I thought about it for a long while, then came to two conclusions: 1. I clean milsurps VERY soon after shooting, usually less than eight hours later. Most of the time, the barrel is still warm. 2. windex is a wonderful primary cleaner. after flushing the bore with windex sprayed directly down the bore, and then patching it through six runs with a single (otis) windex patch, the bore is pretty much already clean. the clp that follows picks up what's left and after six passes of clp the bore is crispy clean. so, I've started to use it on all my guns. It works wonderfully, but will it damage the chrome lining in my moly guns?