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Dielectric grease simply is used to prevent contaminants from entering the contact surfaces. Never put dielectric grease on the contact surfaces. Conductive grease is only for sliding electrical contacts. I just watched another video that claimed the exact opposite- which is to say that it should be put in the electrical connections to help conduct the electricity all the while protecting from corrosion.some say Dielectric means non conductor. Not insulator. If you put it on two metal terminals and plug the together they will not be insulated by this nonconductive material .My wife wants to use this stuff . Keep it in the nightstand.I'm just curious
 
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