Forum Title: Vinyl window lube?
I had all my windows replaced with Polaris vinyl windows 4 years ago. For the most part we really like them but I have a few that seem to close hard even though they open fairly easy. They tip out, so I can see there is no obstruction. It doesn't seem like they are binding as much as they need some sort of lubrication. Is there something I can use to ease the drag, like a graphite type of lube? Thx
Category: Windows & Doors Post By: WILLARD QUINN (Visalia, CA), 01/05/2019

No. Why do you think it would need to be higher?

- CRYSTAL COLEMAN (Glendale, AZ), 02/11/2019

These are double hung windows that slide up and down. They have a tip out feature for cleaning, etc., not opening.

- AUDREY SANTOS (Dublin, CA), 02/05/2019

Silicone spray will lube them. But it dries up pretty quick, so you may have to respray every month or so. I think graphite would leave a grayish stain on the window. You could just use some non-stick cooking spray every couple weeks. Whatever you use I would spray it on and move the window up and down several times the wipe the area well so it does not attract dust and cause more binding.

- WILLIE BARKER (Sunrise, FL), 02/02/2019

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