Lubricating Hinges with WD-40 WD-40 is a fantastic product that can be used to displace moisture and lubricate moving pieces throughout your home, garage, or workshop. But one place where you should not use WD-40 is a squeaky door hinge, as the lubricant can attract dirt and dust, and may eventually cause the hinge pin to turn black. Better choices to silence the shrieks are common bar soap or petroleum jelly.
There is nothing more annoying than cleaning window tracks in my opinion. Do you agree? Not only is it tedious, but it is also rather gross if you put it off like I do And mine are yucky! My apologies there. No worries, however, because I’ve figured out a trick that gets it done quick …
Whether your door squeaks, sticks or opens on its own, there is no need to call in an expert to solve door problems. Here are 5 common problems -- and solutions -- to help you get your door back swinging.
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