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    Posted: 25-September-2019 at 1:16PM
I remember way back we used to put Vasolene on them. 
Still a good idea, something else, or is dry better?
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i usually just put those on dry
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Chapstick works as a good non-stick, and isn't as greasy as Vaseline.
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Originally posted by 7T9_Tbird 7T9_Tbird wrote:

Chapstick works as a good non-stick, and isn't as greasy as Vaseline.
brilliant idea Wink
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Just don't use crunchy peanut butter.
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(I could swear we had a clown emoji...)
 
Chapstick is also great for keeping door gaskets from freezing the doors shut in the winter.
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Originally posted by Big Bird Big Bird wrote:

Just don't use crunchy peanut butter.
LOL 
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Chapstick is also great for keeping door gaskets from freezing the doors shut in the winter.



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