Kroil and Lubriplate
I blast out the barrel with either clorinated brake cleaner or simple green when shooting corrosive. I have found that Lubriplate grease makes everything slick and keeps wear to a minimum. This is the same grease used in the M1 garand issued in WWII.To protect the entire gun I use Kroil oil I really coat up the sear to firing pin and trigger contact area with the Lubriplate. Any place that the park is worn or a moving part gets a wiping. Runs like a scalded cat with the crank
First, I don't shoot corrosive ammo.
The only products I use for cleaning are Hogwash, Kroil liquid and Silikroil spray. They, in my experience are the most efficent. Hogwash is a choke cleaner containing ketones, methanol and alcohol, keep it away from plastics!. Silikroil is just like Kroil but with a little silicon mixed in. Kroil is a super penetrating oil, which will remove copper fouling, carbon, and damn near anything else.
For lubrication, Lubriplate 105, it's a low viscosity engine assembly calicum based grease, for the high friction areas a $5 tube will last a very long time especially if you apply it with a pipe cleaner, you don't need it running all over the place to lubricate.
Microil, another Kano Labs product for lighter duty lube. Microil, a high quality instrament oil is a little pricey, but a quart can is a good investment applied with small oiler it will also last a long time.
Kano Labs produces a wide variety of industrial solvents and lubricants which you buy direct. Midway usa used to sell some of Kano's products.
To each their own, this works for me.