We don't need to tell you that the only good gun is a clean, well-maintained gun. You're not the type who's going to neglect your collection because of a little laziness or forgetfulness, right?
Then you ought to at least put some thought into what it is you're using to take care of the maintenance every firearm asks for. It's a necessary part of owning a gun, and making use of the best equipment available doesn't have to be hard.
You just have to know what to look for. And more importantly, you have to know that using the wrong equipment, the wrong way, could seriously diminish the integrity of your gun.