Although all kinds of lockable boxes and lockable cabinets have become more popular, because some old-fashioned cabinets are still in use, or some doors is not suitable for modification, the brass padlock still has a certain utilization rate. Compared with conventional door locks, brass padlocks are easily corroded by external influences because they are exposed, so the maintenance of brass padlocks is very important. The following editor will introduce how to maintain the brass padlock.
1. During the decoration of the house, please use a plastic bag (do not contact the surface of the lock with the adhesive tape) to seal the handle, panel, and other exposed parts of the lock to prevent the surface treatment layer of the lock component from being damaged during decoration The erosion of acidic or alkaline materials and gases produces spots, blisters, and even delamination, which seriously affects the appearance and quality of locks. Some zinc alloy and copper locks will find "spots" after being installed on the door for a long time. This phenomenon is not rust, but oxidation. If this happens, just spray it with surface wax You can remove spots.
2. During normal use, if there is dirt, it can be removed with a dry cloth. Do not scrub with detergent or other chemicals. Otherwise, it will damage the protective film of the exposed parts and cause discoloration. Do not wipe the lock body and handle with a damp cloth, because some metal locks will rust; alloy locks will wear off the coating and lose their aesthetic effect.