This electrical contact grease has been used in the power industry for over 65 years to prevent corrosion in electrical connectors from low micro-power electronics to high voltage switchgear. NO-OX-ID A-Special is RoHS compliant! This product is also used as a battery terminal grease.
- Apply a thin coat of this electrically conductive grease to mini-lamp bases before inserting into sockets.
- Apply to base of lamp socket and lens contact area.
- Apply to all electrical conduit connections by packing the end of the tubing and nut before connecting to box connection.
- Apply to all wire terminal connections and wire splice connections. Dip the spade or ring into the NO-OX-ID
- Apply to all electrical junction box connections or terminal posts in light system, starter cable connections, alternator terminal connections, battery posts connectors and ground connections.
- Apply a thin coat of this electrically conductive lubricant to 7-way trailer plug connections and VW cable connector.
- Use NO-OX-ID A-Special as a battery terminal grease to prevent battery corrosion for both your car battery maintenance and marine battery maintenance. For battery connections coat the post, screw, clamp, terminal liberally with NO-OX-ID. A little NO-OX-ID goes a long way!
How to Apply Conductive Grease to Battery Terminals:
- Disconnect the connector from the terminal. When taking the battery out first disconnect the negative terminal (-), then disconnect the positive (+).
- Degrease the terminal post.
- Neutralize the area – this is normally done with baking soda & water (1 lb/ 1 gal.)
- Use a toothpick size steel wire brush to buff the face of the terminal post until the face is bright lead.
- Next, apply a light coating of NO-OX-ID A-Special to all four faces of the terminal post.
- Reattach the cables to the battery. When reattaching the battery, first connect the positive (+) connection then reattach the negative terminal (-).
Dielectric Grease vs. No-OX-ID