|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.6 x 6.5 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||81150|
|Manufacturer Part Number||81150|
|OEM Part Number||PMT81150|
|Vehicle Service Type||all-terrain-vehicles, utility-vehicles, street-sport-motorcycles, off-road-motorcycles, street-cruiser-motorcycles, street-touring-motorcycles, street-motor-scooters, snowmobiles, marine-personal-craft|
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Permatex 81150 Dielectric Tune-Up Grease, .33 oz Tube
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- Protects electrical connections and wiring from salt, dirt and corrosion
- Prevents voltage leaks around any electrical connection
- Extends the life of bulb sockets
- Required for modern high energy ignition systems
- Suggested Applications: Marine and automotive electrical connections, spark plug boots, trailer hitches, battery terminals
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Top Customer Reviews
Although ordinary automotive grease is very damaging to rubber products, silicon grease is great for ANY rubber products, and for use on ANY electronic connection (other than high-voltage switches). Not only does silicon grease prevent corrosion at electrical contacts, it also improves existing contacts.
THE DREADED BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH
After about 5 years of flawless operation, recently I got a "blue screen of death" on my computer, mentioning a parity-check error. Attempts to restart the computer just brought up the same "blue screen of death"---I could not even get to the minimal Windows configuration for trouble-shooting. I removed the memory boards, cleaned the contacts with isopropyl alcohol, applied a thin layer of silicon grease to the contacts on the memory boards, and reinstalled the memory. Since then (a year ago), the computer works perfectly.
More recently my other (ca 10-year-old) computer has been getting progressively flakier for about 5 years---if I opened and closed several demanding applications and/or surfed the web extensively---a lockup or crash was likely---so I routinely rebooted several times a day to avoid the lockups/crashes. Occasionally, even freshly booted up, I could not access certain files or folders (the only solution was to clear the recycle bin, delete the file or folder, and then restore it from the recycle bin). Running registry repair programs and other diagnostics did not help.Read more ›
This is a small tube, but is more than enough to last through several tune ups. It's sitting in my trunk along with the rest of my car-related tools, and will stay there until needed next. Overall? Highly recommended.
The container is small, but then again you don't need a ton of grease, either. I would estimate this tube as sufficient to protect at least a few dozen car batteries, all mating surfaces, so for most DIYers it's as good as lasting 'forever'.
Followup after two years: still in service, still clean (no corrosion on the terminals). I am very pleased with this grease and would glady re-purchase if I were to run out (but that's unlikely given how little is needed).
I used to use Devcon bulb grease for many years until I finished the tube
and could no longer find it locally.
Besides the many great used for automobiles, this grease resolves problems with light bulbs
in the house being hard to turn and or breaking off in sockets, and is perfect for oven light bulbs.
It only takes a tiny bit each time, about 1/16" bead of grease spread on the bulb threads.
A tube (.33 oz) lasts a long time. If used for household only, probably several years!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Dielectric grease is pretty standard, so brand to brand it really shouldn't matter what you go with. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Stuntman
DO NOT ASSUME YOUR CAR NEEDS THIS. Always read the manual that does not come with your car- if you are doing DIY stuff, always buy the mechanical manual for your model, which is a... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Lyn
Yes, its a super small tube, I have a giant one I use most of the time. However I had a need to change the spark plugs on an engine in a confined space in a boat and rather than... Read morePublished 1 month ago by jonsquatch
Small tube of a must have product to keep in the garage. Used on battery charger connections and battery terminals so far. Should help keep corrosion to a minimum.Published 2 months ago by samwbr
Used on my sparkplug boots. Keeps them water tight & easier to remove too!Published 2 months ago by fresh