I have been using for just over 1 year, and it seems to work as advertised. The first time applying it is time consuming, you have to de-grease the weapon. I used 90% alcohol then heat it up and then apply the Frog Lube. When it cools off you then wipe it down. I applied it twice then I took a tactical pistol class in south Florida, in August.
The class was held outside for 7 hours with 90 degree heat and almost 100% humidity and 2 severe downpours, we went thru 400 rounds.We were soaked. I was using my made in Italy, vintage 1989 Beretta 92fs Inox, My son was using a Glock 19 that was cleaned with Hoppes #9 and oiled with Remington gun oil previously.
Well when it was time to clean them my gun was easier and faster to clean, nothing really stuck to it. I have since switched over and I am now using Frog Lube on all my firearms. It smells good and its not toxic unlike the Hoppes, I once got 1 drop splashed on my regular glasses and they were ruined.
I have gotten 2 friends, my son and his girl using your product.