Hello, If I want to apply silicone to different parts of my car, without fear of hydrocarbon propellants, easy application, etc., would a silicon oil be acceptable? I know that silicon oils are available in very pure grades as newtonian calibration fluids for rheometers. I don't know if there is a certain composition, type, etc. I assume that molecular weight would more or less determine how liquid vs solid it would be - as I recall, you can buy silicone oils from ISO 32 to some huge, high number. So is there some sort of liquid or nearly liquid form of silicone that can be used? Any recommendations? Thanks!