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Old 08-26-2016, 04:58 PM   #1
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Window hard to slide

Have a few that are really hard to slide. My wife can hardly budge them. How can I make them slide better?
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If you can lift the slider glass out of it's track, a good cleaning of the track often helps. I then wipe the track with silicone spray and replace the glass in the track. A bit of wax can also help with the sliding action.
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go to Walmart and in the bicycle section there is a spray that lubricates the chain and is a wax base- but works like a charm on slider windows- I'm old, I forgot the name- small bottle- just shake it and apply
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Another thing that works well is to clean the windows with a product called PlexUS. It leaves a silicone like coating that helps the glass slide through the seals.
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Clean the tracks, as stated above. Then buy a spay can of Fluid Film (Lowes, H.D., Amazon), and spray some on the top and bottom track. FF is a wax-based lubricant, and is excellent for many things.
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