I take the whole gun apart and run boiling water over the affected areas. The cosmolene melts and drips right off. Putting small parts in a pan on low heat with some alcohol or oil tends to work too. I always clean them after I soak them with soapy water then some Hoppes and oil. I find if you try to work or buff it out and it's not hot, the cosmoline tends to sink in deeper and become harder to remove.
Edit: An oldschool Russian trick to try is vodka and kerosene but I think my method works a little better.
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Last edited by RadicalApex; 06-03-2012 at 08:57 PM.