I thought it was a very thoughtful post. The man seems to really care about his shotgun and it's cleanliness. I'm going to try it with my blue shop paper towels that are very inexpensive at places like Harbor Freight, and stronger than kitchen paper towels.
One thing I have done for years cleaning all my guns is to combine the patch part and the bronze brush part. I wrap my wet solvent patches around the bronze brush and scrub until the patches comes out pretty clean. Then a final patch with a light spray of Breakfree CLP on it. This keeps all my barrels shiny bright and is very quick and easy to do. My Kriieghoff and H&K USP love it.
Here is good video of shotgun cleaning that may be of interest.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92TioSkntK8
You can use a pure 100% copper scrubbing pad (get at grocery store) tear off a piece and wrap it around the bronze brush to pull any really heavy fouling out of your pistols or long guns. The copper scrubby material sort of works like steel wool, it is much tougher than any lead or plastic and most copper fouling but multiple times softer than a steel barrel so no worry about scratching.