Metal parts with grease where you can come by.
Pivoting points with oil from a spray can.
Don't forget the sliders of the window pane itself can be an obstacle.
Apply to ders and the glass edge silicone grease, which is the same stuff
used from race bicycle chains.
It helped with me...
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> Needs waterproof grease rather than oil, and the hands of a gynaecologist.
> If it's stiff it may be the glass in the side channels rather than the
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> Subject: Lubricating window winder mechanism
> > Ladies and Gentlemen:
> > Any bits of advice on oiling the winder mechanism without taking it out
> > of the door?
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