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The usual thing to check first is the distance between the backs of the wheels of the bogie that is derailing. I don't remember what the correct range is but you could compare it to bogies that are ok. If the distance between the backs of the wheels is out of range, there will be problems. Too small and the flanges will catch on the guide rails at points.

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QUOTE (many household polish'es use silicone)
One of our plastic curtain tracks had become very difficult to slide. A quick blast with a furniture polish spray and it was transformed to an easy to use, gliding unit. I guess it was the silicone.

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