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Old 07-14-2015, 06:29 PM   #1
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I spoke with a RV detail guy yesterday and he told me a good way to "lubricate" your slides is with talcum powder or baby powder. It helps the rubber stay pliable and also helps with the slide going in and out. Also, it will not at track dust and dirt like sprays will. Thoughts?


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Old 07-23-2015, 01:56 PM   #2
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I spoke with a RV detail guy yesterday and he told me a good way to "lubricate" your slides is with talcum powder or baby powder. It helps the rubber stay pliable and also helps with the slide going in and out. Also, it will not at track dust and dirt like sprays will. Thoughts?


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That will work, but I like 303aerospace better

Works great on a lot of things (not oily)
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That will work, but I like 303aerospace better

Works great on a lot of things (not oily)
X2 -- Have used for years and work great.
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