De-Click Nikon 105mm f2.5 Ai-s

How to De-Click Nikon 105mm f2.5 Ai-s lens Safely for Videography using Felt
I have done quite a few lenses now and I believe this is the safest and best way to de-click a lens. It can also Easily be reversed in minutes with no damage to the lens simply by taking the felt out again.
I have seen many different methods of de-clicking lenses in the past using Grease, Metal, Plastic, and Teflon Ribbon but I knew there had to be a better way I just had to get creative.
I have been doing this for quite a while now and so far it seems to hold up Very well and extremely smooth. I will still spend more time perfecting it but so far I really like the results.
I will probably post a few more lenses because the mechanical design of a wide angle like a 20mm, 24mm or 28mm are entirely different then the 105mm and can be tricky. 50mm lenses are usually similar to the 105mm and actually easier to do so you can basically follow this for anything around 50mm (45mm different).
I thought I would just post this for fun and hope it helps someone else. Sorry the video cuts at the end but I was basically done anyhow :)