Gallium is an interesting metal. It has a melting point of 29.76 degrees Celcius. That makes it solid at room temperature but it turns into a liquid if you pick it up. Another interesting property about Gallium is that it infuses in the aluminum crystals when it comes into contact with aluminum alloys. This prevents the crystals from bonding together, decreasing their strength.
Watch the video below to see how this phenomenon can be used to break open any lock.