When installing new cables and housing, is is wise to oil the housing?
If so, how? Here Hicks recommends spraying (but for re-newing old cables). On the other hand, I have found it intuitive to put a drop of oil onto the entrance of the housing, then thread the cable through it.
My rationale is that oil reduces friction, and cables and housings enjoy lack of friction.
So does oiling new housing help, or is it reserved for servicing old housing systems?