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It took me awhile to remember it. Buy it once and use it forever. Seriously. You do NOT want a gallon. I made that mistake.
The key is to put it in a covered vessel that will allow it to be reused over and over until it gels and no longer runs. I’ve been using the same Prolix for many years now and it shows no sign of giving up. I did top off the shallow vessel once.
The key is to start off with a new or GI clean handgun. Then clean it again with the Prolix. Just a dunking will do after it’s spotlessly clean. The drain the parts and just allow them to dry. The drained Prolix goes back into the vessel then gets covered again until the next use. Use the handgun and next cleaning put it in the vessel and the liquid Prolix gets under the crud by dissolving the dry cleaner. The crud comes off super easy, just give it time for contact, go do other things. Come back, wipe/brush things down, brush through the bore, dunk the parts in the cleaner again (actually I use a huge Hypo’ I got from the vet to flush the parts with cleaner), drain them, and let everything dry. What I do is after draining I reassemble the gun wet and let it dry assembled. I wipe off the exterior. Done with cleaning, lubing, and protecting. It just doesn’t get easier. Next time I get back to the vessel the carbon and crud has settled out and is nice and clear. Eventually I’ll need to filter it but not yet. I did build a false bottom for my vessel and the hypo is used to rile up the carbon above the false bottom and lots of it settles below it and out of reach.
Mags I blow out and just swish in the vessel, move the follower around to release grit, and let them drain. Then they go into the storage bag to dry.
After it dries it’s as slick as grease.