My Lock Has Frozen Over. What Do I Do?

As the climate gets colder and it rains or snows all the more regularly, it’s not abnormal for a lock to stop solidify up. In the event that you presume your locks are solidified, don’t keep on trying sticking the key into the lock.

You may break the key or harm the lock. Rather, have a go at defrosting the lock by pouring boiling hot water on the lock, setting a little radiator by the entryway for a shoot period or warming it with a hair dryer. You can likewise buy lock de-icer at most home or handyman shops.Frozen lock | Bournemouth Locksmiths | Poole Key Locksmiths

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About Lee Atkins

Becoming a locksmith has been a passion of mine for many years, after being made redundant, I decided to be trained by a large national company.. Funnily enough though, I knew more than what they were trying to teach! I am a family man with two children and a loving wife. With a home in Oakdale, Poole, Dorset.

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