I've been curious about dry lubricants as a solution to keep my .22 conversion kit running smooth on my Glock 19. I use it for student training in my pistol courses, and it shoots really dirty. Eventually it will start to give me some failures to return to battery. More oil gets it running again, but then it will eventually start to crud up again. I just rinse and repeat until I can get it cleaned after the class. My thought is that a dry lube should keep it running without gumming up with crud. We'll see. Anyway... this led me down a path of researching dry lubricants, and I decided to give Eezox a shot (pun intended, lol). So I performed a detailed cleaning on one of my 19s and used nothing but Eezox. I'll get it to the range soon, and my initial plan is to run 500 rounds through it to see how it performs, and cleans up afterwards. Then I'll also Eezox that conversion slide. There are a few older videos on Eezox, but none really showing the process of using it (other than superficially) so I decided to document my use of it. It's a long video, but I decided to just show the entire process of how I clean, figuring it may be helpful for someone who has never done that before. Any input from Eezox users are welcome. This is the method I came up with after learning how the product works.