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Wednesday, January 30th 2002, 9:19am

by SprinklerGuy

Don't do it!!!!!
Lubrication of any kind is not necessary.
The teflon or WD-40 will attract dirt and sand
That is bad

Wednesday, January 30th 2002, 6:12am



Is there a way to lubricate the sprinkler heads inorder to perserve the seals? Does SW sell this product? My friends said to use WD-40, Armoral, and/or silicone spray.