You can use Molycote DX for that purpose... Doesn't need to be Moebius.... 8201 can be used on spring and 8217 for barrel wall... That is my understanding of oiling chart.Have you used it?
Interesting how much difference the vendor's descriptions are. The Moebius chart recommends it for "Pull-out and push pieces, winding mechanism, spring pin".
The P125 is the stickiest braking grease I have ever used, and in only a few instances was it too sticky. The grease has to allow the bridle to slip, but then catch again before unwinding too much. I've used it on a wide variety of movements (vintage and modern) without issue. The few instances where it was an issue were very rare.Doesn't the amount of hold afforded by braking grease have to be "balanced" to some degree? Getting the strongest braking grease seems like a bad idea to me. You want it to slip at a reasonable point or you'll be putting a lot of strain on components.
I'd sort of think the strongest isn't what you want. You need to sacrifice some reserve for safety.
Thanks Samantha, for casting a vote for this older favorite. I bought a Moebius "Assortment of Eight Current Moebius Products for Watches and Clocks" some time ago, and have used 8302 on automatics.