To clean your barrel after meloniting will require these items.
A good penetrating oil such as Kroil or PB Blaster
One piece cleaning rod and bore guide
Jb bore paste, Jb bore bright and/or Flitz
An assortment or brush’s in the caliber of your gun and some undersized ones as well
Cleaning jags and patches
I like to start with running a couple of patch’s down the bore saturated with the penetrating oil and let it sit for a while. After it has sat for a few minutes I will then use a brush the same caliber as the gun and scrub the bore using full strokes 20-30 times adding more penetrating oil every couple of strokes.
After you are done with scrubbing, run a clean patch down the bore. You will notice that the patch and the oil coming out is a nasty dark brown/black color. This is the residue from the meloniting process and this is what we are trying to remove.
Then I like to run another patch with some penetrating oil down the bore again. Let it soak as you prepare for the next process. Take a patch and wrap it around either the brush you just used or one little smaller. I’ve noticed that some brush’s are smaller or bigger than others so you will have to go by feel and how easy it goes into the bore. I try not to have the patch over lap each other when it’s on the brush so you might have to trim to fit.
Apply some penetrating oil to the newly wrapped brush and apply some JB bore paste to the entire patch rubbing and working it into the patch material. Put it into the bore and work it back and forth using full strokes. After about 10 strokes I like to remove the brush and apply more bore paste and penetrating oil. Continue doing this for at least 100 strokes. After you are done use a clean patch and some oil and run it down the bore, Follow that with a plain brush and oil, do this a few times and remove as much of the paste as possible.
Take the brush with the patch and either remove the old patch or you can use a new brush. Apply a new patch to the brush in the manner above and follow the same process as above but use the JB bore bright instead.
After you are done be sure to check and clean the chamber of any residual paste and oil.