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Spray Lubricants
« on: July 30, 2021, 11:26:18 am »
Even though one thinks they know everything, it never hurts for a second opinion.  I am on a three month trip and when looking in one of  my storage bins, I see 3 or 4 different cans of lubricants, including WD40 (probably not considered a lubricant).

Have any of you found ONE spray lub that does it all...step, springs on levelers, hinges, key locks, etc.  I have read on various blogs about T-9 and it seems very popular.  I think Elkhart uses Blaster, which I have. 

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Re: Spray Lubricants
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2021, 02:33:37 pm »
You never want an oil based lube (such as WD40) for key locks.  Never.  They will gum up the locks and collect dirt and can cause the lock mechanism to quit working.  I only use dry graphite lube on key locks.

All others, I use a Dry Silicone lube, it sprays on wet, but dries very quickly leaving only dry silicone lube behind.   No idea how it would work on levelers or springs.
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Re: Spray Lubricants
« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2021, 10:13:32 am »
KWIK LUBE spay lubricant,  great for RVs : leveling systems, tongue jacks, ramp doors ,slide outs , steps , and more , check it out .