My son gave me a container of Froglube. Now I'm a firm believer that guns don't care what you use as long as you take care of them, and that marketing hype is for suckers. But since it was free, I said what the heck.
I'm starting out with my AA .22 conversion for my Glock 30. It's a fine conversion kit, one I highly reccommend, but it will act up at about 100 rounds or so of dirty .22 ammo. Previously I've used Breakfree CLP (that came with it), Gunzilla, Hoppes, Auto grease, and 3-in-1 oil--all with about the same results. When the kit gets dirty enough, it wants to act up.
So to give Froglube a fair chance, I thoughly cleaned off all previous products and applied the green stuff and wiped it down, leaving only the slightest visiable trace on the rail grooves. Hopefully I can get out next week to give it a test run. I'm not real sure about its "minty fresh" aroma, but who knows?