Locks and water. How to protect?

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    Good day!

    i searched in the forum with different keywords but can not find answer to my question.
    How wearers of the chastity devices will protect the locks under the shower, especially numbered locks? Yesterday i just went to the shower and at least today is everything okay with lock (discs are moving nicely).

    i am a bit worried as indeed i want also in the future open the closed lock and of course i want to wash myself.

    Do you use any oil to protect and clean up? Seal the lock? Airtight? IMHO it is impossible.

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    P.S. Maybe i just do not know how to search.
     
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    Hi there;
    I had similar concerns and have come up with a little fix that is cheap and easy. I too found no answer here or anywhere else. I tried plastic wrap, small plastic bags and no success. It occured to me perhaps a condom would work, and that wasn't too bad. I just rolled it up over the bottom of the lock and over the hasp. It's good for maybe 4 or 5 uses then you get a new one. Condoms aren't cheap and they are used for other things more suited to their purpose.

    Then, I was cleaning up one day and realized the disposable Nitrile gloves I was wearing was the answer. I wear extra large gloves, and I cut off the fingers of the glove. They are just the right size to fit over the lock on my Mature Metals Jail Bird. It can be pulled all the way up and the open end folded over the hasp can be secured with a twist tie. It's easy and inexpensive. I use "garden ties" which come on a reel and can be found at most garden and hardware stores. The Nitrile disposables I buy at Harbor Freight and they are very inexpensive. Even if you didn't want the gloves for anything else, you can cut the fingers off and still be way ahead of any other solution. I use one finger of a glove for a week and could go longer but change them out when they look dirty.

    Just slide it on, fold it over and add a twist tie and shower up without concern about that lock you'd like to have still work. I am posting a pic I hope illustrates the method.

    Good luck,
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    teenie weenie glove lock.jpg
     
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    Hm, clever. Thank you.

    "garden ties" looks same as "cable ties", wire with plastic cover. i have a lot of them. :) Computer cables are tied together with them.

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    Not sure about the combination locks since we use a key lock. I have been using the same lock for 8 years or so and do nothing to protect the lock in the shower or pool. Every so often I shoot a bit of WD40 in the lock and everything has worked well.
     
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    I occasionally use a drop of small motor oil in my padlock, seems to work well enough.

    If you really feel a need to cover it in the shower, consider a "finger cot", they look like tiny condoms, used by chefs to cover a single finger when they get a cut but need to get back to working.
     
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    Thank you for replays and clarification.
    i was hesitant, however, as say the well-known slogans:

    "Without WD40 there is no life"
    "Everything you need for the life is WD40"

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