Now, see ... I've heard that:
WD-40 is good for cleaning, but not necessarily long term lubrication.
Heavy grease is generally suggested, but it attracts dirt and grime.
Dry lubricant won't attract dirt and grime, but is it long lasting?
Would I coat it in WD-40 as a matter of cleaning, let it dry and then add dry lubricant?
I do have some "Dry Moly Lube" sitting on a shelf ...
(am I completely overthinking this (as per typical)