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  • Resq14
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    Rusty handcuffs are a sign you need to use them more.







    j/k

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  • Hookem'
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    Militec........

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  • hopperja
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    I use a dry bicycle chain lube occaisionally in my cuffs. It goes on wet, dries in a few minutes, then continues to lubricate after it dries. It does the trick for me.

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  • JKralC104
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    having a quaility cuff case will also do wonders.

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  • SHU
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    wd40 and a air compressor at a gas station.

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  • blackhorse
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    About once every month or two, I hit the insides and locking mechanism with a light coat of WD-40. Many years on the same cuffs and no rust, and not only am I in Criminal Patrol, but in the Marine Division so they tend to need more loving care than if I was just in criminal patrol.

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  • KS1911 Five O
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    I use Break-free, and let it soak in for a couple of hours before you wipe it off.

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  • HEDP
    started a topic Handcuff Maintenance

    Handcuff Maintenance

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    It appears to me that my stainless handcuffs are rusting inside where the single metal bar is riveted/attached into the double bar.



    Do you guys use any type of oil or anything to prevent this?

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