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    Do Not Use Blaster brand Dry Lube on door locks - Dissolves Foam

    I recently had to repair my main door after using this product.

    https://blasterproducts.com/product/...e-with-teflon/

    It created a hugeClick image for larger version. 

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    I used this product to fill the voids b drilling holes along the frame and providing channels for the foam to get to the void. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Loctite-...96014-23-12140

    Important before filling, be sure everything is taped off otherwise this stiff strongly attaches to everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by powerscol View Post
    I recently had to repair my main door after using this product.

    https://blasterproducts.com/product/...e-with-teflon/

    It created a hugeClick image for larger version. 

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    Yup. If you look at their website, they show it desolving a styrofoam cup. Their products are designed to penetrate, not sit on top. Sorry you found out by the school of hard knocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoonShadow_1911 View Post
    Yup. If you look at their website, they show it desolving a styrofoam cup. Their products are designed to penetrate, not sit on top. Sorry you found out by the school of hard knocks.

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    I did not see that on thier web page - can you post a link?
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    Quote Originally Posted by powerscol View Post
    I did not see that on thier web page - can you post a link?
    https://blasterproducts.com/product/...tate=pg:2/ct:r

    I was just looking at the silicon spray from them, it doesn't say not to use on styrofoam, but it does say it contains petroleum products. I know the original B'laster product does eat styrofoam, because I thought the video was cool so I wasted almost an entire can melting cups, packing peanuts, packing inserts, and the like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoonShadow_1911 View Post
    https://blasterproducts.com/product/...tate=pg:2/ct:r

    I was just looking at the silicon spray from them, it doesn't say not to use on styrofoam, but it does say it contains petroleum products. I know the original B'laster product does eat styrofoam, because I thought the video was cool so I wasted almost an entire can melting cups, packing peanuts, packing inserts, and the like.

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    That's a different product - but could have the same formulation on the carrier.

    Thanks Though
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    Sorry but I still can't find the melting cup video. But I will admit I am computer challenged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by powerscol View Post
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    Sorry but I still can't find the melting cup video. But I will admit I am computer challenged.
    Well crud. You are right. It no longer is on their page... Sorry about the misleading statement above. However, as you found out, it does eat styrofoam.

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    Polystyrene can be dissolved by most every organic solvent. Much of Blaster's products contain one organic solvent or the other.

    Should be able to find a YouTube video with Blaster dissolving it as it was part of a series of Blaster Corp videos.
    @powerscol, I have a trick to fill the "burrow" if you didn't already make something up.
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    So what is recommended to lube our door latches/locks?
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