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Old 02-28-2018, 07:52 AM   #74215
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Morning my dears!

Squeaky hinges.... okay gots a question. My S&B fridge hinges are squeaking. Anybody got suggestions for making it stop?

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Old 02-28-2018, 07:56 AM   #74216
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Last night I had it with the squeaky bedroom door hinges and sprayed some lubricant on them. Now it's nice and quiet, like those in the far west would like things to be here.

I wonder how many get some noise from their devices when new posts are made to the thread
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Charlene you can use a small squirt of WD40 no problems ....
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Tim we we're speaking of phone noises and not body noises , but I'll tell Marcia you were looking out for her ... lol ...
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Squeaky hinges.... okay gots a question. My S&B fridge hinges are squeaking. Anybody got suggestions for making it stop?

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That's got to make it difficult to sneak a snack.
Try a silicone spray, not WD40.

On edit, saw Jeff suggested WD40, he probably has more experience sneaking past squeaky fridge doors than me!
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Morning my dears!

Squeaky hinges.... okay gots a question. My S&B fridge hinges are squeaking. Anybody got suggestions for making it stop?

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Charlene, Charlene, leave the door closed.

It will serve two puposes: One, no more squeaky door.

Two, ..........Don't know you well enough to say.
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Old 02-28-2018, 08:19 AM   #74221
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That's got to make it difficult to sneak a snack.
Try a silicone spray, not WD40.

On edit, saw Jeff suggested WD40, he probably has more experience sneaking past squeaky fridge doors than me!
It does indeed make it difficult to sneak a snack! Ahahaha.....
I thought of the WD40, and I have some, but sometimes that's not advised on certain things, but I never can remember which things. The silicone spray might do the trick, though isn't WD40 also a silicone spray? Or how are they different?

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WD40 is a penatrent with some lubrication properties. As stated (Dang, I hate to say he's right.) silicone is a better lubricant.

Personally I would use a dry film lubricant. WD-40 also makes a dry film lubricant.

My personal preference is CRC Dry PTFE Lube

With the dry film lubricant you don't have any runny mess down the side of the refrigerator.
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Morning my dears!

Squeaky hinges.... okay gots a question. My S&B fridge hinges are squeaking. Anybody got suggestions for making it stop?

Charlene

That's EZ !

AR wisdom sez:

Either 1. Don't open it.

or 2. Don't ever close it.

problem solved... You're welcome..
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That's EZ !

AR wisdom sez:

Either 1. Don't open it.

or 2. Don't ever close it.

problem solved... You're welcome..

Oh, that Wayne, he stole my idea... Well done Wayne..
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WD40 is a penatrent with some lubrication properties. As stated (Dang, I hate to say he's right.) silicone is a better lubricant.

Personally I would use a dry film lubricant. WD-40 also makes a dry film lubricant.

My personal preference is CRC Dry PTFE Lube

With the dry film lubricant you don't have any runny mess down the side of the refrigerator.
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That's EZ !

AR wisdom sez:

Either 1. Don't open it.

or 2. Don't ever close it.

problem solved... You're welcome..
Dry film lubricant. Got it. I'll add that to my shopping list.

Richard... bahahahahahahah. Well that's one way to handle it!

Thanks guys!

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