Lock Corrosion

Many locks, especially padlocks, often find themselves in tough outdoor conditions. Weather, moisture, and time will eventually lead to lock corrosion.

Lock Corrosion not only makes it more difficult for a key to be inserted and properly operated, but it also weakens the metal that is supposed to be protecting your equipment.

Lock corrosion can be stopped

Just a few sprays of Corrosion Block into the inner workings of your lock, along with a light coat on the outside, will help keep your lock protected for years.

Sheds, fences, storage bins, trailer hitches, and more all are often protected by padlocks that can corrode.

Read below to hear how our customers are using our products to protect their equipment:

Locks, Keypads, And Other Hardware

"We use Corrosion Block on door hardware, access control units, and vehicle locks to protect from the marine environment of living on the coast. "

Electronic Locks

"To dry out lock mechanism and prevent shorting out. The product also retards oxidation."

On a local college grounds

"Using in locks at local college"

Home On Virgin Island Water Front

"Window and door locks, Wire nuts. Light fixtures. Light bulb sockets."

Locks On An Airplane

"Locks on an airplane"

Protecting Locks

"We use corrosion block to protect our intellikey locks. Works well!"

Rusty Locks

"Keeping locks from freezing up in the winter and using it on electrical connections."

Truck Protection

"Using it on my locks."