How to Lubricate a Lock in a Pinch — The Family Handyman

Locksmiths have long used powdered graphite to lubricate the workings of locks, and if your key refuses to slide fully into the lock, you can do the same. But there’s an easier (and less expensive!) option than going out and buying a tube of powdered graphite for locks. All you need is a pencil for a substitute door lock lubricant.

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