Salt water and locks

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    I'm a Midwestern sub . Going to visit the coast in June. What do I have to worry about as far as swimming in the ocean with my cage?.
     
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    Cleaning and lubing it or leave it as is and let’s know how it turns out. Not saying a few days will be a problem but be sure to at least give it a good fresh water cleaning. Always wonder about those that wear them at the beach. Have fun if sand gets in the lock
     
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    We are frequent ocean shore clothing optional beach visitors for many years now. The salt water (or sand) has never posed a problem with either the brass padlock or brass internal locking mechanisms on the devices I keep PK in. Of course, I have never unlocked him while on our trips. When we return home he will rinse them, air dry and lubricate them with a dry spray lube.
     
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    I would be careful with the ocean and surf. Not sure if it would happen while naked, but my suit got a ton of sand in it and was kind of rough on the skin with sand on the bars. After I rinsed off and cleaned up there was not a problem for the rest of the weekend. However, we did not realize the sand got into the barrel lock and the key would not work. After hours of trying to blow out, lube, and even vacuum, it had to be drilled out.
     
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    I have used mine in the ocean and not had any issues.
     
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    Shrinkage.

    What? He asked.

    Okay, I have worn various devices with various locks at the beach (although not at nude beaches). I've never had a problem, but before I hit the water I try to get a few drops of some kind of oil into the lock (even olive oil). Then, repeat after you get out and shower, clean up, etc. I've been concerned about sand getting into the keyhole, but it has not yet happened.
     
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    that is scary.
     
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    Short duration usage in salt water should not be any problem if you rinse it and oil it
     
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    I have gone swimming in the sea many times and always shower and bath with with a padlocked cage and I've never had a problem with the padlock.
     
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    Hi, regular visitor to nude beaches while caged (now, in fact) Fresh water will clean out the salt and most of the sand assuming you have a decent lock. For those niggly bits of sand that get caught in the lock, don't panic. A little silicone or oil on the key and good to go.
     
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    If sand in the lock is of concern a small piece of tape over the keyway should avoid the problem. Use decent tape (cheap stuff will fall off) and lubricate the lock when finished.
     
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    I agree! Give it a good wash after and use some kind of oil on it to prevent corrosion. And your should be fine.
     
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    Most locks are brass and aren't affected by salt. Might be concerned about oil, as it could trap sand.
     
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    Thank you all have been very helpful. Seems not much to worry about.
     
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    Only if she grabs a handful of sand and fills the lock
     
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    For saltwater fishing tackle that isn't sealed, the standard practice is to pack interior volumes with grease, so water can't enter, then clean thoroughly after exposure.
     
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    Been wearing to my cage to the beach for several years now. Haven't had an issue with the lock, sand or salt water. I usually shower after getting home from the beach and do the same daily cleaning I do normally, but haven't done anything special.

    I will say the one problem I had was the first time I was caged going to the beach. I was in an HTv2 and after we got out of the water, I was squatting down to put stuff back in the car and the cage slipped off. Apparently shrinkage was a problem...
     
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    Thanks for the detailed confirmation about the suitability of the locks. In my situation I was more worried about sand than salt and have been changing the lock out to a one use plastic tags but will revert.
     
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    and if you ever did get a jammed lock, the mass produced padlocks are not that difficult to break off if you know how... (that's a larger and much stronger lock in the video than is normally on a chastity cage!)

     
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