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Old 02-02-2019, 09:36 AM   #1
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What lubricant should I use for front door, when closing door makes a lot of noise. ? Have a 2018 flying cloud , need help
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Old 02-02-2019, 09:38 AM   #2
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what lubricant should i use for front door, when closing door makes a lot of noise. ? Have a 2018 flying cloud , need help


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Iím a huge fan of Royal Purple synthetic lubricant. It quieted my door like magic.

Donít use WD40, by the way. Itís not actually a lubricant.
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For that particular spot, we used several different kinds of lubricant. All of which inevitably became really dirty and wound up as a nice black grease stripe on my shoulder.

I quit using grease. Now I use a drop or two of liquid dish detergent.


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I use graphite powder.Liquids attract dirt and dust
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Dry silicone lub. Any oil base will attract dirt and will gum up the works.
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