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Wrecking Bar Maintenance and Care

Wrecking bar maintenance and care

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File wrecking bar claws regularly

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nail slot, nail slots, File inside the nail slot (if applicable) and around the points and edges of the claws, being careful not to remove too much of the protective finish.

When filing is complete, oil the bar with a non-corrosive oil to clean off any dust from the filing process and protect against the elements.

Clean wrecking bars with non-corrosive oil

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Avoid bending your wrecking bar

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Avoid prolonged exposure to water

Rusted metal, rust, metal, metal corrosion, rain, rain damage, water damage Do not expose your bar to water for long periods of time; even bars with a rust-resistant finish will corrode eventually when left to the elements.

Always dry your bar after getting it wet, and store it in a dry place.

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If a well-cared for bar breaks early in its lifetime, it is likely that it has been poorly manufactured, and you should contact your retailer to find out what to do next.

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