Why waste all that time when you can just use M-Pro 7 and be done in minutes? Also, Ballistol is another great product for cleaning/lubing, as is CLP.
As many might know of my first Froglube fail post. Well, it happened again except on a entirely different gun. My wife's HK USP Compact 9mm developed light primer strikes last week out of the blue. The gun failed to discharge any rounds reliably. This gun has been flawless for 15 years. Even after several strikes, the round would not go off.. This was with WWB but it also did it with Hornady CD and GoldenSaber. Sent the gun to HK on Monday and just got a call form them. The Froglube migrated into the firing pin and created a sludge. I wiped this gun down after the Froglube was applied but after a few range trips, the Froglube migrated into areas it was never applied to.
They have seen this before with Froglube and as soon as they could smell the lube, they did a full strip down to find the mess. That's two high end ultra reliable handguns that Froglube failed on. I am rather upset with this Froglube garbage and can't imagine if my wife actually had to use her HK for personal defence and herd nothing but a "click" sound. I am a experience shooter (Gunsite, IPSC, etc) and I am going on record to recommend you discontinue using Froglube.
I've also heard good reviews of G96. And it's not very expensive that I've seen. With so many products making it so quick and easy to thoroughly clean guns today I just cannot fathom why in the world anyone would want to use a product that takes so much time. :huh:G96 Synthetic oil and the grease. Held up well in all weather temperatures and conditions- easy to use.
I agree... I've only personally used M-Pro 7, Weapon Shield and TW25B... no reason to try something else at this time. I'm OCD with cleaning and it doesn't take me that long to clean a pistol.M-Pro 7, Weapon Shield and Slip 2000 are just fantastic imo. Don't think I'll ever even try Frog Lube.
Any "lubricant" that has the unintended potential to migrate into places it was never applied to and create a sludge should be taken off the market. We are not talking about a space hearter here.. We are talking about the very real potential of your self defense weapon not working when needed. We are talking about life and death.I have read so much about frog lube gumming up and all sorts of bad about it.
I heat the Parts that I am going to treat with the paste. I apply it with a brush and then lightly scrub with a soft toothbrush. I then let it sit for an hour or so. I wipe all parts off with a micro fiber cloth. I even do the FCU with froglube paste. After I am done everything is smooth and bone dry. I use a the solvent after the range to clean before the paste treatment.
So far I have had zero problems with froglube. I will continue using it because it is the best cleaning product I have ever used with gun cleaning.