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Electrically Conductive Grease

Discussion in 'Lubrication' started by Countryboy, Oct 22, 2007.

  1. tuney443

    tuney443 Senior Member

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    I just saw a test done on a product that would work here by the name of Service Hold.A parts guy literally risked his life to show this demo.He took a light bulb in a socket on a cord,sprayed it thoroughly with Service Hold,then with his bare hand holding the socket,submerged it in a full 5 gallon bucket of water.It's made in Georgia,I believe Grainger and McMaster has it.
     
  2. geneb

    geneb Member

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    We use penatrox for ground connections. Don't know if we still use that brand now. It will stop corrosion but if don't know how good it will be a lubrication.