Dielectric grease when in a proper application, is supposed to get out of the way when a bond or metal/metal contact is made. However, I have found that it can suck with low power/low voltage applications that might not have very good contacts such as bayonet bulbs.
Spark wires is obviously fine due to the high KV.
There are also less insulative greases that are used for Aluminum lugs. We have conductive grease around here and love it, but you really have to be careful how you use it and where. It is almost always loaded with conductive metals so easy to identify.
I have not found too many big box dielectric greases with actual ratings on them, but would really help, so I can't really advise other than I buy all that stuff from either somewhere like Grainger or Digikey that have specs on their products. You would likely have to order conductive grease.