Is Wal-Mart 'Bulb Grease' the same as Diaelectric Grease?

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Found the name in google... people are saying it's the same stuff, but "cleaner"... is that true? I'd assume it is, but just want to make sure it's the right stuff for waterproofing the coax connectors on the SG2100, and switch.
 
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Not sure if it is 100% the same or of the "cleaner" claim (not sure what that implies) but here is the ACE Hardware info on both. Sounds like I would use the Dielectric for coax use. IMHO.

"AGS" BULB GREASE
# Prevents corrosion
# Moisture proofs
# Assures easy bulb removal
# Seals and protects all electrical connections

"CRC" BULB & CONNECTOR DI- ELECTRIC GREASE (aka DIELECTRIC)
# Protection in extreme conditions
# Repels moisture, rust, road salt, dirt and oils
# Lubricates and insulates electrical contacts, O-rings plastic and rubber
# For indoor/outdoor bulbs, head & taillights, battery terminals
# Waterproof, heat resistant
 
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Auto stores have a Permatex brand dielectric tune-up grease. 3 oz tube about $ 4.00. Enough for years:)
 
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