I wasn’t sure if this should go under the dealers/servicing thread. I’m sure it will be moved if it has been posted incorrectly! Anyhow, I know there are some small references to this lubricant which is used with brake pad replacement elsewhere; but I have a bit of info and hopefully we can find out more with the help of a specialist. I have just obtained genuine Honda replacement front and rear pads for my 09 reg' petrol FR-V from a Honda dealer. The boxes were sealed and I had no need to open them. I’ve read all the info kindly posted by other users of the forum and I’m 'ready to go’ with replacement as and when. What I don’t know is if I need to buy the grease! I rang the supplier who were a great help. The guy in the parts department advised me that the replacement brake pad kits for the newer Honda cars come with a small sachet of the grease in the kit. Owners of older models need to buy the grease as a separate item. We were both unsure if the packs I had been sent contained the grease. He went into his store room and I went to open my sealed boxes. Thankfully it was supplied with the pads. I can confirm it’s part number listed elsewhere on the forum, 43231-SBO-315. Had it not been supplied, at today’s price, the sachet has a list price of £5.06 + vat and postage. The sachet measures 5cm x 3cm x 6mm. VERY expensive! Now for the scientists out there. The grease in the small packet resembles a grease with a brand name of ‘Molyslip', which I already hold a tube of, but is Molykote M77 the same as Molyslip? A tube of the latter is many, many times cheaper!