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Protect your electrical connections with this specialized formula that combats corrosion from water damage. Electrical Contact Grease comes in a 2 oz. tube. Call 800-298-8924 to order LubriMatic accessories and parts part number 11755 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all LubriMatic products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Dielectric Grease for Electrical Connectors, 2 oz.. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.



LubriMatic Accessories and Parts - 11755

Protect your electrical connections with this specialized formula that combats corrosion from water damage. Electrical Contact Grease comes in a 2 oz. tube.


  • Helps prevent electrical failures caused by corrosion and moisture
  • Water resistant formulation sheds moisture and will not wash away
  • Protects bulbs, sockets, t-connector plugs and trailer connectors
  • 2 oz. Bottle
  • Dropping Point: >550 degrees F

Using electrical contact grease increases reliability and the life of the connection by preventing corrosion and sealing the connection.


11755 Lubrimatic Electrical Contact Grease





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Video Transcript for LubriMatic Accessories and Parts 11755 Review

Today we're going to review part number 11755. This is the Lubrimatic Dielectric Grease for electrical connectors. This is a 2 ounce tube. This will help prevent any electrical failures caused by corrosion and moisture. It is a water resistant formula that will shed the moisture and it will not wash away. It is used to protect bulbs, sockets, T connector plugs, and trailer connectors. It comes in this 2 ounce bottle.

It does have a dropping point of 550 degrees Fahrenheit. Basically using this dielectric grease will increase the liability and the life of the connection by preventing corrosion and sealing that connection. I got an example here of a 3-prong plug that would go into the back of a light on a trailer. Basically all you have to do is take some of the grease, put it right on there. That would seal it from any type of moisture or corrosion. That should do it for the review on part number 11755, the Lubrimatic Dielectric Grease for electrical connectors in the 2 ounce tube. .


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Dielectric Grease for Electrical Connectors, 2 oz. - 11755

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (267 Customer Reviews)

Protect your electrical connections with this specialized formula that combats corrosion from water damage. Electrical Contact Grease comes in a 2 oz. tube.

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by: GM06/23/2017


What can I say but this was the easiest trailer hitch install I've ever done. OK, this was the third one (85 S-10 blazer, 96 Astro van, and this is the third). Our 03 Envoy (traded it in for the Equinox) and 02 2500HD (still have) both have factory hitches. It was delivered by UPS ground late afternoon and by 6:30 I had it installed. Jacked up the rear of the Equinox, placed two jack stands and followed the instructions. I will say Watch The Video for the install and it is that easy. I chose this hitch as it required no grinding or enlarging of the holes as the other hitch (Curt model). The video was spot on. I did apply some antisieze on the bolts as I always assume I will need to remove it at some future time. There was written instructions that I did look through but they matched the video. I did not use a strap to hold the exhaust as the video and the instructions showed. I used a bungy cord and adjusted it for a similar drop as a strap. I wanted to do this as I felt I may need to drop exhaust even more than the instructions as I installed this by myself. If you have an available friend it will make it easier to hold the hitch in place and start a nut on each side rather than using both hands and one leg. Working with etrailer was easy. This order was delayed by another item I had bundled together with it. The email communication from etrailer was appropriate and let me know what was going on. The delay was not a real issue as we special ordered this car and it took about 6 weeks to arrive. We keep our vehicles forever (still have the S-10 and the Astro) and I look forward to this hitch providing us years of trouble free service. I was quite impressed with the craftsmanship on this hitch, the welds were perfect. The entire hitch except where the receiver goes in is hidden behind the rear valence. Thank you etrailer! 400538



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by: Ray12/18/2014


My F150 had an OEM 4 pin trailer plug and hitch. The 118242 - 7 pin connector with wiring harness is the ticket. The hardest part of the install was dropping the spare tire. The plugs connect directly to the factory plugs and the harness length is the correct length. The 3035-P brake controller connector harness was just as easy. Plugs right in to the OEM plug next to the ECM connector and the other end into the brake controller. The PK12711U-26 - 7 pin bracket and hardware kit fastens directly the OEM bracket that is on the hitch. My truck had an OEM 4 pin trailer towing set up with the hitch. The OEM hitch had the bracket welded on it to attach the 7 pin mounting bracket to it. These kits make this install very easy and professional looking. If I have one complaint, the hardware kit to attach the 7 pin connector bracket is set up to fasten the bracket directly to the bumper with 2 - self tapping screws provided in the kit. The kit also includes 4 #12 machine screws with toothed washer nuts to attached the 7 pin connector to the bracket. This is fine if your truck hitch doesn't have an attaching bracket welded to it. The kit should included in it 6 #12 machine screws and nuts along with the 2 self tapping screws. Since my OEM hitch actually had a bracket welded to it to attach the 7 pin bracket to it, I had to use two other #12 screws and nuts to attach the 7 pin bracket to the OEM bracket on the hitch. Not a big deal, just a thought. It took me about 2 hours, start to finish to install the 7 pin connector, trailer controller, and add the two relays in the OEM relay/fuse box under the hood. I highly recommend these kits. 322337



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by: Bob S07/14/2015


It's grease, lol 211739


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It is still grease...lol still slippery as all get out.

Bob S - 07/13/2016

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by: Gene R12/13/2016


Absolutely Superb Service! On the 23rd of September at 10:10 a.m., I ordered a brake controller and several other items from the etrailer.com website. By 12:16 p.m. of the same day, I received a notification from etrailer that the order had shipped. The complete order arrived at about noon on the 26th. Ordering on the website was easy. All items were described very clearly and pictures were provided for them. The service at etrailer is absolutely superb. I would recommend this company, without hesitation, to anyone needing trailer parts or accessories. 324674



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by: Boondocker712/21/2011


Dielectric grease is the best lubricant for your electrical contacts on fuses, plugs, etc. Once the contact has been cleaned and dielectric grease applied the contact's will not corrode nor does it inhibit or degrade the flow of electricity thru the contacts. This grease is also very water resistant. This product is a full 2oz which is unusual as most auto supply shops etc. only carry the smaller, much smaller sizes.......and I alway's seem to run out. Etrailer was very quick with delivery of the product......as alway's. 28508



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by: Mark R.10/27/2016


Being a new boat owner I was quickly overwhelmed by what I didn't know. Re-wiring, re-lighting my trailer was my first project. etrailer has a wide range of products, but most important to me, was their added product information and instructional information which helped me make the right selections to get this done. Add to that is their very competitive prices. etrailer will be my go to source for my future trailer needs. 313877



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by: Jpeek01/02/2017


It came in a very nice, large tube. I apply it and it looked the same as like products . There is no reason to think it won't do the job. I will be putting this boat into salt water and even it that plug dose not go directly into the water ; it will be subjected to the mist, normal rain and road water. I will fllow up should it faail but I really don't expect that. Again thank you for the suggestion to use this, Joe Peek 329372



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by: KV in AZ06/20/2016


I recently purchased a 1998 vehicle and narrowed down a few electrical issues to corroded connectors. Cleaned them up, slathered this stuff on, and now the connections are not a problem and should be protected from further corrosion. I lubed up my trailer harness connectors and battery terminals on my vehicles too...should help in preventing the negative battery terminals from crusting up. 262742



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by: Don M08/06/2017


This saves a lot of the headaches here in New Hampshire. Trailer plugs and lights are destroyed fast by road salt. Have caps on your plugs so dirt doesn't stick when not in use and so you don't get grease smeared on your leg. If you use crimp connectors, squirt some of this in before inserting the wire and then cover the outside with heat shrink tubing for a great weatherproof connection. 416664



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by: S Lewis02/06/2017


All ordered items worked great. Love the LED tail lights. Didn't have any problems fixing the trailer thanks to the many technical articles I found on etrailer. Not sure what happened with UPS shipping since I got notified that the parts had shipped on Saturday but didn't get them till Wednesday evening (paid extra for 3 day shipping), but definitely recommend ordering from etrailer. 341396



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by: John Colbert10/04/2016


Perfect product for my needs. I got a 7 pin 5th wheel wiring kit to put the trailer plug in the bed of my Ford 350. I also got dielectric grease, the kit came with some grease but I was afraid that it would be an insufficient amount, I was wrong but I can use it for other electrical attachments. Very pleased with the etrailer.com service, speed of shipping and customer attention. 303391



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by: Robert03/29/2017


The t-one harness for my Mazda pu truck was just what I needed to haul a 4 point trailer.The transistion wire harness from a 4 point to a 7 point made it a lot easier to haul a trailer with a 7 point hookup.The installation was very easy for both.I have no doubt this way will solve easy hookup from 4 or 7 point hookup.I am well covered for either. 362771



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by: Tom W07/18/2016


Does a great job of providing a good electrical connection. Especially important to use on all trailer connections to towing vehicle. 273336



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by: Ed C., SoCal12/15/2016


Good product, glad I bought this with my trailer harness kit. Made a good contact on an otherwise old dirty connection. Now I'm putting it on other connection points to insulate the connector from weather and lube the fitting for easier disconnects. FYI this tube for the money goes a long way, use just enough to dab on the contacts. 325411



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by: J.Fred Indorf11/07/2016


As a owner of a auto repair shop i have used this site to help customers find the right trailer hitch for there car and for me ones that are mostly bolt up to car and etrailer.com makes it easy for me the installer and the customer. as a busy shop in Briarcliff I always recommend etrailer.com excellent quality and workmanship 317838



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by: Brad S.10/08/2016


Perfect and ideal. Too bad it don't come in a small 99 cent packet like auto zones bulb packets, because I'll never use this all. 304647



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by: james Wyatt08/07/2017


I have just completed purchase of complete system to tow a Jeep Wrangler with my motorhome.Never had I had the pleasure of working with a company so devoted to customer satisfaction. Every email and phone call was great. My wife was even more impressed. The service after the sale has been terrific Thanks Customer fo life 420268



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by: Dr K04/26/2017


I've been looking for something like this for YEARS. I needed it for my brake controller install but also used it on a high-end computer speaker system where the DIN connectors didn't make good contact so it was always "noisy" expecially if the wire was touched. This conductive grease did the trick and quieted down the system. 372480



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by: Mike Pazsint07/08/2014


Great amount of grease for the price. Tips: Use the end cap on your 4-pin wiring connector to keep dirt and such from getting collected by the grease when the wiring harness is not in use. Also use a snack bag and rubber band to wrap the connector on your trailer when it is not in use to keep gunk out. 140125



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by: Alan11/17/2017


Keeps contact pins dry and corrosion free, eases connector insertion and extraction. Dielectric grease is essential for any wet wire tasks. I use this on all my electrical work. Ever have a plug extremely hard to pull out of a receptacle? Try some of this on pins and contacts. 452864



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by: Harold B04/29/2017


Really an amazing outfit. The web page provides all the detail needed to make the right choice on parts so its right the first time. The staff are friendly and caring and the delivery was spot on. etrailer is how web shopping ought to be done. They truly set the standard. 374921



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by: Neal R.09/29/2016


I placed two orders with Madison in the last few weeks. She was pleasant, helpful and knowledgeable. She helped me select the right parts, and they all arrived in good condition before I expected them. I recommend this supplier, and hope I get Madison on my next call! 301490



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by: Ron B.09/20/2012


I always use dielectric grease on all my plug connections to solve the corrosion problem. I live in Ohio and the salt on the ATV trailer does ruin cheaply done wiring connections. Worth the time and effort to not have to trouble shoot problems later in the wiring. 55251



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by: freezer10/02/2011


I had three vehicles with hitches in the past that all had green 4 pole trailer connectors from corrosion. So far, this grease has kept that from happening. It is much easier to get the harnesses together and apart now, too. Well worth the money. 24958



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by: Ryan C.11/20/2012


I used this product when installing a new trailer tap connection to the existing vehicle connection. I also use it on all my trailer connections to keep water out and eliminate corrosion. This is a very good product for this type of application. 59811



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by: Lenny B.08/16/2013


Prompt deliver, accurate description, best price. Used the product on the lighting connections on my motorcycle and battery and starter terminals on the car. Not the clear dielectric grease I'm use to seeing, but it fits my needs perfectly. 95479



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by: Curt B.06/07/2017


I've been using this product for many years. Put it on any electrical system to cut down on corrosion. I put it on Bulb sockets, Battery terminals, all of my R/V plugs and sockets. Works great. Thank you for another GREAT product etrailer!! 389994



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by: HERBERT01/20/2014


I HAVE USED THIS PRODUCT BEFORE AND IT WORKS VERY WELL. I USE IT ON THE TRAILER ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS ON MY BOAT AND CAMPER. ALSO I COAT THE TRAILER LIGHT BULBS AT THEIR CONNECTION POINTS AND HAVE NEVER EXPERIENCED DIM OR BLINKING LIGHTS. 114279



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by: Donald L.10/17/2017


This product is merely dielectric grease but necessary for protecting your electrical leads. I ordered it so I could avoid running back and forth to the store to pickup little additions to the installation of my brake controller. 443431



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by: Joe Carbone04/18/2012


We are high end appliance repair company and use this product on some of our wall oven electrical connections. Great product and etrailer was a great company to deal with. Super quick shipping and availability of the product. 37573



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by: Tim B10/16/2016


You've got to have it. 307637



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by: Rob Rod03/28/2014


Not much to tell - I used this grease for what is intended and just hope it does what it is supposed to do. All of my other purchases from "etrailer" were exactally as advertised so I tust that this will be the same. 122713



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by: Ron G.09/13/2013


I use this product on my all electrical connections, on my RC helicopters, Harley Davidson, Car, and trailer. The order processing, shipping, and customer service at "etrailer" is the best by a country mile. 99872



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by: WB05/28/2014


i ordered several related products, one of which isn't available locally (7-wire molded trailer wire plug). as always, etrailer was fast and accurate with my order. i will certainly use this site often. 133102



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by: Pete V10/01/2016


Exactly what I needed etrailer had. Fast delivery everything I ordered was in great condition. Great service. Have ordered from etrailer several times, always on time and is exactly what was ordered. 302708



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by: electrical grease09/14/2011


only had it for a few days, but it looks like electrical grease, seems to be otherwise OK - used it on the HONDA Element wiring kit and on quite a few connectors on my HONDA GOLDWING Gl1800 connectors 23968



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by: Mark W07/30/2012


I've never used a product like this before, but I do notice that the wiring and plug connections on which I have used it are still shiny and clean. I am hopeful it will extend the life of my wiring. 49918



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by: Luke H.03/03/2017


There are cheaper options out there but you get quite a bit of grease for the money. This is a must for new install of trailer lights/tow kit install and also a great preventive maintenance task. 347927



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by: John M05/23/2014


Arrived on time. Put the trailer hitch and wiring on next morning without a hitch. Pun intended ! Etrailer your company is awesome! Will do business again for sure! Thanks for the great service. 132159



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by: Ed K.12/16/2010


DIELECTRIC GREASE I HAVE NOT TRIED THIS TYPE OF PRODUCT BEFORE BUT FROM PAST EXPERIENCE I KNOW THAT TRUCK & TRAILER WIRING CONNECTIONS TAKE A BEATING. THIS SHOULD HELP KEEP OUT WATER & CORROSION. 4252



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by: Dave F.09/19/2017


This item not only prevents oxidation of the contacts on your trailer plugs, allowing good electrical connection to be maintained at the plugs. It also allows ease of disconnecting the plugs. 434200



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by: Chris L.07/14/2017


I HAVE PURCHASED SEVERAL ITEMS FROM E TRAILER . FROM TRAILER PARTS TO REBUILD A CONSTRUCTION TRAILER TO PARTS FROM MY FIFTH WHEEL CAMPER . THE QUALITY OF THEIR PARTS HAS ALWAYS BEEN THE BEST . 407120



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by: Pete G06/19/2017


All items shipped and delivered a day sooner than the expected delivery date. The videos on the web site were a big help during my installation. I would order from etrailer.com again!!! 397993



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by: Anna09/28/2017


Protects the electrical connectors from oxidation during storage and from water during usage. Only time will tell if it works as designed in the long run. But its exactly as desired. 437256



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by: Ray B01/23/2017


Hard to say something bad about dielectric. It either works or it is yuck. It was nicely packaged and a nice addition to the trailer connections to keep them as clean as possible. 334664



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by: V Wardlaw05/11/2011


I received my product in a timely manner. The product works very good. I've used it on several electrical connections such as vehicle tail lights and trailer lights. Works Great. 13581



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by: Anthony P07/12/2017


I love this site. One stop shopping, knowledgeable customer service and they treat you like you spent thousands of dollars even if you only spent a few bucks. Great company. 404871



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by: Devin F11/09/2012


Shipping was extremely fast, the only problem I had was the color wires coming out of the plug were not hooked to the correct pins that is typically used for trailer wiring. 59128



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by: Terry S11/23/2016


I could not believe how quickly I received my order. I order online all the time, this was the quickest turn around I've experienced. Order was complete and I'm exstatic. 320882



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by: Austin_Dave02/19/2013


A good inexpensive way to help prevent corrision from water & other contaminants on your trailer electrical connections & makes it smoother to to attach and detach them 66963


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  • Your 2008 GMC Sierra 2500 HD will have a wiring harness with round connector in place under the rear bumper whether or not it came equipped with a factory tow package. This round connector will plug in to the back of your Pollak Twist-In 7-Way, part # PK11916. Please refer to the attached photo and the linked article concerning brake controller installation in a 2008 GMC Sierra. Both illustrate the underside of the vehicle rear bumper area and the approximate location (above the spare...
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