?? Carbon Dioxide is the propellant, but is that liquid wrench product the same product formulation or just another product made by Super Lube?
Sellers and buyers of the GM lube have described it as a white grease consistency. Here is the MSDS for the GM part #t which describes it as "synthetic based lubricant WITH PTFE", and on that PDF it includes a Super Lube product # 20029, with an MSDS as the 2nd link below.https://paceperformance.com/pdf/37583https://pim.henkelgroup.net/henkel/msdspdf?country=US&language=EN&matnr=230139
On that 2nd link, it includes other substances including white mineral oil, silica, polypropyleneglycol, and faraffinic (petroluem wax) distillates.
This makes sense. A dry teflon spray is not optimal for metal on metal. You'd want something like that mostly for mechanisms with plastic parts that slide, in situations where it might collect dust and gum up. Then again I suppose it could be a dry teflon spray and numerous sources are confusing it with something else, but if it is, I wouldn't use it for most of the applications prescribed by GM, just sliding plastic areas.