Take one of the pins out and bend it a little bit put it back in and problem solved!!
Posted 5:26 pm, 09/13/2020
I am no expert, but from what I have read because of my own problems with the same thing we are suppose to use lithium grease on grange doors... WD40 does sell it also in a spray can. I made the same mistake of using regular WD40 and it becomes a temporary fix only.
Posted 9:23 pm, 05/20/2013
Use graphite dust. If the door will not stay open slightly bend the top hinge pin. I own Shinaman Building and Restoration Co. If you need any home improvement projects completed I can be reached at 336-466-0210 Thank you
Posted 9:09 pm, 03/31/2013
SPRAY SKIN SO SOFT, OR WD-40 ON HINGES, EVEN COOKING SPRAY WORKS
Posted 8:55 am, 01/29/2013
Use Household Paraffin wax, rub the pins with til coated, it will lubricate but the coating will help hold the door
Posted 11:19 pm, 12/29/2012
take a hinge pin out and smack it with a hammer enough to slightly bend it, put it back in that will keep it from swinging closed so easily
Posted 10:36 pm, 12/21/2012
Not that I know of but it will eventually stop and start squeaking again. Sorry
Posted 4:50 am, 11/02/2012
I had a door in my house that squeaked every time I opened it. So, I thought I'd spray it with some WD-40, since that fixes everything, right?
Well, the squeak is fixed, but now the door won't stay open! I open it, and it immediately starts to swing shut.
I know that the door is probably not exactly level or something, but it never did this until I sprayed the hinges. Is there something I can put on the hinges now that's going to be a little stiffer, so it won't swing shut?