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How to lubricate the door lock with their hands



How to lubricate the door lock with their hands




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How to lubricate entry doors and what to use : How To Lubricate The Door Lock With Their Hands

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Cylinder locks require only oiling a latch. For this purpose, one usually uses WD40, but it dissolves fast, and thus has to be systematically renewed. This substance has a high capacity for water repellency, and effectively protects parts from corrosion. Silicone spray is also good for oiling lock cylinders.

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