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OK, possibly because I have lived in Australia for a while but I am of the opinion that a lanolin based grease has a number of uses around the boat. But I am not so silly as to not ask your opinion before liberally coating everything.
It appeals because it is salt resistant, and a few other hippy reasons. I have read of Robin Knox-Johnson using it in his round the world trip and its usage goes back to the voyage of St Brenden. I have also heard of it being used by north sea fishermen to keep their hands warm.
I was wondering about its merits for greasing the keel moving parts.
After much searching I found http://www.lanotec.com.au/product/type-a-grease/ . I avoided lanocote possible for patriotic reasons but this turns out 1/4 the price by volume.
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