I have a love/hate relationship with anti-seize. When someone opens a bottle of that within a mile or two of me, I might as well dump it on the floor and roll around in it. Because I will find it and smear it just about everywhere.
I would just like to add that you should be very careful and not apply too much anti-seize to the plugs. If you get it on the tip it can cause issues because there are metal flakes in it and is a conductive material. I switched to the copper anti-seize for the plugs. A very small dab goes a long way.
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