Since I found GUNZILLA about a year ago, it is ALL that I ever use, or need for Everything!
It is absolutely incredable.
I've sent cases of it to friends in Iraq...the say it's the best thing they've ever used. I totally agree.
An Unbelievable clearer, lube, bore/metal preservative. That has NO bad odor, does not tear their hands up with daily cleaning from the usual chemicals...and almost NO malfunctions or jams, recleaning is easier and quicker.
I use CLP or WD 40 for cleaning, Ed's Red cleaner for heavier cleaning with an Sonic Care toothbrush [save the old heads]. Then I reassemble with Wilson Combat oil and put some Mother's FX Polymer car Wax on a patch and it gets a ton more out of the barrel. Wait until it drys and "polish" it with another patch. Be sure to clean your chamber good. A little different but it works.
I use something called SweetShooter. It is a dip and dunk that cleans, lubes and protects. If you follow the instructions, it gets in the pores of the steel. After about 50 years of shooting, all I can say is this is magic. The more you use it, the easier it is to clean the bore. 8 strokes with a brush, 4 patches later it is spotless. With new 1911's I detail strip them and clean them, then submerge in SweetShooter and heat the pan to about 125 degrees. Then fish out the parts and let them drain dry. For any cleanings after that I just dip and dunk, drain dry with no heat. I have one pistol with 5k rounds through it that has only been cleaned this way and it has never malfunctioned. I do lube with their grease on the rails, muzzle and barrel lugs.
I've been using the same gallon for about 2.5 years and can detect no wear on any of my guns in excess of what I would expect from using other cleaners.
It is not cheap, but it sure saves time. I can clean 4 pistols in less than 40 minutes. Oh by the way, I am picky on clean. I mean real picky.