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Model # 20342

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Solid Brass Window Sash Lock

$6.47
  • Helps reduce window rattling
  • Suitable to use on vinyl and wood windows
  • Made from solid brass and includes screws for easy installation
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About This Product

This stylish sash lock by Everbilt helps minimize window rattling when single or double-hung windows are securely shut. Constructed of solid brass, this sash lock is suitable for vinyl and wood windows and includes mounting hardware.

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Product Information

Internet # 204760752

Model # 20342

Store SKU # 472837

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 2.62 in, W 1.17 in, D 1 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

1 in

Product Height (in.)

2.62 in

Product Width (in.)

1.17 in

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type

Window Sash Lock

Finish

Solid Brass

Finish Family

Gold Metallic

Hardware Color Family

Brass

Hardware Included

Yes

Key lock

No

Material

Solid Brass

Package Quantity

1

Returnable

90-Day

Type

Sash lock

Window Repair Type

Locks

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

None

Questions & Answers

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Q:does this heavy solid brass version sash lock come in a chrome finish? (product 204760752) (model 20342)
by|Apr 12, 2024
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Q:These are shiny brass-- will they dull down or get a patina to look like antique brass over time? I would prefer that as many of my other sash locks are old and have darkened thanks
by|Jan 13, 2022
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A:  Most shiny brass items have a lacquer finish to prevent them from tarnishing. Rubbing with acetone (the main ingredient in nail polish remover) or submerging them in boiling water for several minutes should remove it.

by|Oct 27, 2022

    A:  There may be some dulling over the years, but not to the level I would call it antique brass. Functionally, I am very pleased. 

    by|Jan 14, 2022

      A:  I've had mine for roughly six months and it has not oxidized or developed any form of patina. I *think* they have some form of finish / coating on them to prevent it. While they are of high quality and at the time I bought them, a very reasonable price, I am not sure these are what you need. I have brass and live near the ocean in San Francisco and if they were going to oxidize, they would have by now.

      by|Sep 8, 2022
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        A:  The Everbilt Solid Brass Window Sash Lock with regular use over time from handling the brass itself which is exposed to oxygen in the air and oxidation occurs. This results in a tarnish or patina on the surface.

        by|Sep 8, 2022
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          A:  (cont.) Once the lacquer is removed, they'll develop a patina slowly. You can speed up the process by fuming them with ammonia (see YouTube) or using a special brass darkener. IMO, brass darkener products look unnatural and are hard to control.

          by|Oct 27, 2022
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            Q:What is the distance on center between the screw holes?
            by|Jun 15, 2020
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            A:  I believe it's 2 inches! Anyway, it was the same as the old one! Direct replacement!

            by|Dec 18, 2021

            A:  The distance on center between the screws holes is 1.96” (50mm).

            by|Feb 3, 2022
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              Q:How can it be both solid brass and steel? Which is it: brass or steel?
              by|Feb 25, 2020
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              A:  This Window Sash is solid brass, not steel.

              by|Jun 27, 2020

                A:  It is made of solid brass.

                by|Feb 26, 2020

                  A:  Parts of turning mechanism such as rivet and spring are steel, screws are steel, everything else is heavy solid brass.

                  by|Dec 22, 2023
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                  Customer Reviews

                  3.9 out of 5

                  • 3.9 out of 115 reviews
                  • 67% recommend this product
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                  The build quality is terrible compared to the same ones purchased a few years ago. 2 came apart trying to install them on 5 windows, Everbilt now uses cheap/flimsy metal washers to keep the pieces together. It used to be a thick stainless steel washer. Going to look at alternatives
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                  Very poor quality
                  I bought a number of these to replace very old sash locks. The holes lined up with those of the previous locks so installation was easy. Despite the nice shiny picture in the description, many of the ones I got had surface imperfections that were relatively noticeable. When I installed them, about half of them broke after minimal use. There are two metal strips that provide tension and these came apart from the assembly. I would definitely not recommend these.
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                    Used it to lock a speak easy door, and try...
                    Used it to lock a speak easy door, and try to keep it a bit correct for the age of the door.
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                    Fit perfectly. Easy to install.
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                    Made of brass instead of thin tin. This will last forever and looks good.
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                    Easily replaced a 40 year old latch that broke. Did not want a white latch. Little shiner than what I currently have but with time it should have a nice patina .
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