So, after seeing so many praises (GlockTalk) and product placements (Jerry Ahern's books) of CLP, I finally bought a spray can of Break Free. First I tried it on a pair of rusty pliers. Worked like a charm. The rust was gone, the metal became shiny (except a few spots), the action was light and smooth. Now, cleaning a Glock was a different story altogether. CLP does wonders to rust, but it's no match for Hoppes #9 in removal of lead, carbon and powder. Also, CLP is the nastiest substance I ever touched since my little sister grew out of diapers. And what's the deal with cleaner and lubricant mixed in one? Some parts of a modern gun should be lubricated, other parts should be left clean and dry. It's not you granddaddy's World War I autoloader that needs to be oozing oil. So, in my humble opinion, CLP is nothing but overhyped WD-40 that should be used for cleaning rusty pliers and kept away from guns. Anyone else thinks the same, or am I missing something?