Nothing is more frustrating than chipping fresh paint while attaching trim screws. Mark Simpson demonstrates a quick and easy way to use dielectric grease to avoid chipped paint mishaps and finish your classic car off right.
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If you look real close when he installed this screw the paint is already chipped at the 2 o’clock position.
you mentioned a grease, can you tell me the brand name of it, you could have showed that product in your video, as I’m not familiar with that type of grease. thanks.
Here’s what the experts had to say about your question:
The grease is dielectric grease, it’s a silicone based grease commonly used on electrical connections to keep water out and prevent corrosion.
It works great in this application as well as it won’t stain paint like some petroleum greases can.
Please let us know if you have any further questions