I don't want to start a fight and if it works for you that is wonderful.Funny old subject this one of cleaning. You would think we would all do it the same!
I have a Remington NMA steel.
When i get home i drop the cylinder and take out the nipples. With a small pick i dislodge the burnt powder then i use a phospher bronze brush on the nipples and in the cylinder. Oily rag rubbed in everywhere until all clean.
It takes longer to do this than the rest of the gun.
Brushes, jag and rags for the rest until clean. Oil then grease for assembly.
Never water, ever.
I do not take it apart any further but i do loosen and retighten the frame screws every time so when i feel the urge to do a total job they will run free.
I will do that when it hits a thousand rounds. With this pistol i am at 395.
But I do not know of any oil that will dissolve salts and those salts are caused by burning Black Gunpowder. Prehaps the oil washes the salts away, but good old dihydrogen oxide (H2O) mixed with Ballistol at room temperature will and that is what I have used since the days of corrosive primers and corrosive caps.