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Every two months I complete slide maintenance. I complete this task on this timeline because it allows for several types of temperatures and other types of weather events. Temperature and sun do the most damage. This could lead to drying out the seals along the sides, bottom and top of the slide. These seals keep water, dust, snow and some creatures out of your coach when the slide is in or out. I also make sure to apply some to the rollers under the slide to keep them lubricated as well. This helps keep the movement smooth when putting the slide in and out. In the video you will see just a snippet of how I apply the lubricate. It is a quick process. I really like this product. It is the only product we have used since we bought our RV. Remember, if you get another brand get one that is silicone based. This keeps dust and dirt from sticking to what you are using it on.
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