'Liquid tape' spray is not designed for that purpose. Its bonding is designed for wire material insulation so its adhesion to metal would be questionable. That would allow atmospheric moisture to find its way to the conductive parts which is the corrosion initiator.
I suspect some kind of grease or de-ox would work better but is pretty messy.
Hmmmm, but does any of this have ANYTHING to do with ELECTRICAL connection corrosion?http://www.neverseezproducts.com/neverseez.htm?gclid=CP_L28nQiasCFR9hgwodrX_J4Q
they have a number of different products here, some conductive, some not.
some high nickel for nuclear reactors, if your nuke is getting rusty....
refineries use the stuff by the pail. they need to.
note: some of these contain graphite, copper, and god-knows-what.
one spoonfull will cover an entire football field with an indelible smudge.
you have been warned.