I'll kick off I guess.
I've had great luck with stripping the rifle down and then hitting the bore with foaming bore cleaner. I let that sit for about 20 min while I clean the bolt and trigger.
Most of the time I just scrub the bolt with a toothbrush and Hoppe's. Once or twice a year I take the bolt all the way apart and scrub and oil the whole thing. Trigger just gets brushed really well with a dry brush and then just a drop of RemOil on the pins (none on any of the bearing surfaces though!)
By then the foam has dissipated and I scrub a couple times with a bronze brush then use patches. If it's still dirty in there I repeat with the foam. If it's good, I run a patch soaked with RemOil down, let it sit for about a minute and then run a dry patch down.
I finish by putting some Gunslick graphite lube on the caming surfaces of the bolt and then slap it all back together.
That's my Sunday