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Old 02-21-2019, 10:13 PM   #1
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Garden Room windows

Does anyone have a secret for freeing up the verticle garden room windows? A couple of mine are brutal to open and close. I hate to use any liquid lube on them as it would attract dust and dirt. Thanks for any advice.
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We have the same windows in our 285, I spray the channels with a dry silicone and they work great
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Old 02-23-2019, 05:53 PM   #3
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We have the same windows in our 285, I spray the channels with a dry silicone and they work great
Thanks, I didn't know they made such a thing. I will get some and give it a try.
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wd40 just came out with a dry spray
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wd40 just came out with a dry spray
I was just checking out various products on Amazon including WD40. I like how it has the built-in spray tip. Is that what you have? Does it go on wet, then dry to a residue?

edit: I see a couple of reviews had trouble with the spray nozzle making a mess.
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Just thought I would bump this back up as I used some WD-40 Dry Lube PTFE spray. The windows work much better now.
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