Originally Posted by WoodysKJ
I concur. The ultrasonic oil bath for a minimum of 10 minutes actually displaces the water in those tiny cracks with oil which evaporates much less quickly and there by protects the finish and surface longer. Water an oxygen are the culprits. a gun left in water away from O2 will corrode, but not as fast as a gun pulled out of water and exposed to the oxidation allowed by the air.
I concur as well. Hell, I have at times, used high pressure steam and the dishwasher to clean my rifles and guns, heat dried and oil bathed and treated, blown off excess oil with compressed air...no rust yet.
You can't beat the complete micro/macro cleaning efficiency of a ultrasonic cleaner.