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My wife and I have a wood and metal bed that has recently started to sweak at the slightest movement. D: It's a metal frame with wooden head board and foot board. I've tightened all the screws, but the problem doesn't go away fully and returns quickly.
You can imagine the noise it makes when... other things are happening. I suspect the neighbors don't sleep half the week!
So, engineers of PA, any past experience fixing an issue like this? My wife suggested WD40, but I suspect that wouldn't do any good if the problem is wood squeaking against metal.