Green Grease - Any thoughts on this?

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    fishnfwl New Member

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    Randy is it ECO friendly grease?
     

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    fishnfwl New Member

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    Paul, I am guessing no, I have not found anything about that so I am guessing here, it sounds like the best you could use, (they sure want enough for it) but it is the only one I have seen that is water PROOF, that was something I was looking for, but everything I have found to read says nothing about it being ECO friendly? I was hoping someone here has used or uses it and can fill in a bit more.
     
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    I did a quick Glance and couldn't see anything that made me super happy over the grease I buy at Lowes.

    I was assuming they were using the, "Green" chip marker to angle for the ECO friendly marketing angle somehow.

    I would say its probably like the old timers opinions on normal oil and synthetic oil. Change it at scheduled intervals and both motors have a similar service life.

    Kinda like the ole Slick 50 engine additive angles in the old days.