Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Feeling Stuck or in a Jam?

Feeling stuck or in a jam? EasyKeys can smooth your operation!
It is common for dust and dirt to build up inside the keyway. This causes the pins or wafers within the core to stick. As a result, the key will not turn. In some cases, original keys develop a wear pattern within the core. Since our keys are brand new and haven’t had the chance to be worn in with the lock, they can be a bit rigid, and lubricant typically does the trick. Just spray the lubricant in the lock, move the key back and forth a few times, and you should be all set!
If you have a particularly stubborn key, just email a photo of the key we sent and the face of the lock core to info@easykeys.com. One of our experts will figure out exactly what is going on and provide a solution. 
Find the perfect lubricant for your locks here
We recommend you clean and lubricate the cylinder and the locking mechanism regularly with a graphite lock lubricant or a light spray, such as WD-40 high-performance penetrant. This is especially important when using newly cut keys in your lock.

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