I have an 8 louet klic with treadles. Plastic shafts and wooden frame are not playing nicely together. Is my memory correct that silicon spray is the best to use with this sticking? I've searched but haven't found conversations I remember. Thanks in advance.
Beeswax is my usually go to tool for wood on wood. I'm not sure if it is appropriate for plastic on wood.
Beeswax can be sticky, that's why people use it on their spinning wheel drive bands, to improve the grip of the band on the wheel. First contact the manufacturer and see what they may recommend.
The photo I'm looking at on-line, shows wood frames sliding against each other. Make sure that none are warped, and the frames are nice and smooth and your loom is square overall. You could try rubbing the frames with a finishing pad - an abrasive pad sold where sandpaper is sold at the hardware store - before adding anything else.