Squeaky RV steps? Give ’em a squirt! – YouTube
Not only can T-9 be used for this but for most of anything you need to lube up on your coach. It is a very good lube to use as it DRY’S and with it drying it does not attract dirt and water, which is the issue with most wet lubes (wd-40,penetrating oils, and most cheaper spray lubes)
And if all that seems too good to be true you can get it in most Sears, and other large box retailers, so it is not hard to find at all. I am also trying to help RVers out and educate them in this topic and so many people still think very old school when it comes to this, and i hope articles and videos i post do help those people out there tooling down the highways loving the rving world like i do.
Also if you have a trailer with those corners stabilizers this is the type of product you want to use also as the location of stabilizer jacks they catch every piece of dirt on the road, so always use a dry lube in any of these locations also. You can find dry lubes from other companies or brands but just always look for “dry lube/ drying lube”
Posted on April 2, 2014, in Moving boat, RV or Horse Trailer, The world as i see it as a camper and who loves his country. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.