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One should consider it a lubricant in the context of torquing fasteners, though.
I think Matt and Mike are both right.. It is not a lubricant but it will reduce friction on parts being torqued.. Most torque ratings are made with clean threads with a light coat of motor oil.. And yes I believe in using a light coat of anti-seize on spark plug threads.. If anyone remembers changing plugs on a V-8 Ford engine in the late 70s early 80s recall pulling the heads and changing the plugs on a workbench heating the head with a torch because the steel plug reacted to the iron head.. And yes the steel plug can react to the aluminum head as well, not to that extreme but enough it can cause problems..