- 11 Mar 2016
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I needed to install a double socket on the wall behind one of my kitchen base units, so I removed the drawers and popped out the back panel before chasing out the plaster to accept the socket back box. However, stupidly, when doing the chopping out I neglected to protect the runners. As a result, one of them is full of grit and plaster dust with a resulting horrible grinding action. The runner does not seem to be able to be disassembled, so does anyone have any ideas of how to flush out the dust? I don’t have an air line so was thinking of squirting WD40 down the gap between the slide and the base, but will this also remove the lube which was presumably put in during manufacture?