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Lubricating Pole


Matty H

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you may laugh but next week when i have caught up with my work i was going to start to make a few more vids one was looking after you pole i have some great stuff i use i will tell you next week :D:D

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I just thought that the gardiner clamp bolts can be a little difficult to turn sometimes. Perhaps grease?

 

I dont use grease ,Play with it a little :D i will make it my first video lol :Dearly part of the week

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I just thought that the gardiner clamp bolts can be a little difficult to turn sometimes. Perhaps grease?

 

I dont use grease ,Play with it a little :D i will make it my first video lol :Dearly part of the week

 

 

 

Fair play. WD40?

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Gardiners tell you not to use wd40 on their poles if I remember right. The pole comes with maintenance instructions, and they are on their website. I think they recommend a special spray or something??

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