Homemade Thread-Lock Goop?

Just about any sugar/water mix (syrup, molasses, etc.) and oil will work. Discovered this working on molasses pumps for about 7 years. Never did find
a solvent that would remove it.

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Wrong! i _have_ nail polish, clear. doesn't every rcm'r? i will just put it on the cap for a start, never tried it on threads.
the staking thing is good for future ref., but not suitable here, an aluminum storm door. wrt sugar/oil, that's new to me, will file it with this post. thanks to you guys(!), & Happy Holidays, --Loren
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On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 20:01:51 -0700, "Randy Quanstrom"

Heat melts sugar.
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On Sat, 14 Sep 2019 04:21:51 -0700 (PDT), snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Works well, but is slow.
Cross threading is much faster.
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wrote:

First-aid iodine works, by corroding the threads.
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On 9/14/2019 7:04 AM, Robert Roland wrote:

Use stainless and shoot them together fast. No additive needed.
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wrote:

That can work, but you risk breaking off the bolt in the body/nut. A simple hammering of the male threaded object works wonders.
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replying to Loren Coe, giffyinajiffy wrote: Loctite is basically just sugar water. Heat some water up, stir in some table sugar, dip your threads in it.
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replying to Loren Coe, giffyinajiffy wrote: Loctite is basically just sugar water. Heat some water up, stir in some table sugar, dip your threads in it.
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On Thu, 10 May 2018 03:18:04 GMT, giffyinajiffy

Obviously never used the stuff, eh????
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On 5/10/2018 2:29 AM, Gunner Asch wrote:

AND... Its not water soluble like sugar.
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replying to Loren Coe, Nathan Fisher wrote: Bubble luscious gum!! Chew it for about five minutes to get rid of most of the sugar but not all of it. Warning ?? do not over chew as it will just be the same as cheep a$$ gum and get to stiff!
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replying to Loren Coe, Nathan Fisher wrote: Bubble luscious gum!! Chew it for about five minutes to get rid of most of the sugar but not all of it. Warning ⚠️ do not over chew as it will just be the same as cheep a$$ gum and get to stiff!
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