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    I tried getting some answers on a 6 year old thread on here but the links werent working. So I decided to try and make a new thread about this subject. I have heard good things about Prolix cleaning products. And that it's safe to use on Glocks polymer frames. But I haven't found anyone with info about using Prolix on a H&K USP compact 45 type of polymer frame. I was hoping to find a member on here who has used this product and hopefully on a H&K USP frame if possible. Any information about the product would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

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    Has anyone on here ever used Prolix products at all?

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    I know I haven't. The latest "new to me" gun cleaner I've been using is frog lube. Works and smells great...taste horrible though. Check it out..FrogLube ~ Pressroom ~ It Just Works!
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    Throw all the "stuff" out of your cleaning box and get some Gunzilla...Check it out on this site...as for lube on your Glock, go to Wally World and buy you a tub of high temp wheel bearing grease, do the six point lube and you'll be ready to rock n roll...JMO
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    Im sure there are a lot more knoweldgeable people out there on all the detailed specs, but to answer your question I have been using Prolix for the past few years on all of my pistols including a H&K USP full size (40S&W). Most of the time I use the cleaner on all parts and the Xtra Lube on the slide rails. It seems to work very well at cleaning and lubrication and I have not seen any issue with it "eating" plastic. I like that it doesn't leave an oily residue and the mild smell is an added bonus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fugiendus View Post
    Im sure there are a lot more knoweldgeable people out there on all the detailed specs, but to answer your question I have been using Prolix for the past few years on all of my pistols including a H&K USP full size (40S&W). Most of the time I use the cleaner on all parts and the Xtra Lube on the slide rails. It seems to work very well at cleaning and lubrication and I have not seen any issue with it "eating" plastic. I like that it doesn't leave an oily residue and the mild smell is an added bonus.
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    Have you used Prolix as a regular cleaning solution by spraying the parts and wiping them down or have you used it by soaking all the parts and plastic frame in the Prolix?

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    Thank you, Yoda. WillieSauce, I have not used it to soak parts. I generally spray each piece down and scrub with a nylon brush. Then I wipe down and spray again to float away the grime. Repeat until my rag is clean. For awhile I was interested in ultrasonic cleaning, but I really don't shoot/clean enough to justify it. This method seems to work well for me.

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