A good threadlocker can prevent your fasteners from loosening.

But a thread-locking compound must be applied properly to ensure the best possible results and, more importantly, threadlocker application techniques vary depending on the type and location of your fastener—blind holes vs. through holes, for example.

The fine folks at Permatex put together this quick tech tip video to show you some basic pointers to ensure your threadlocker does its job.

It’s chock full of valuable tidbits. Did you know threadlocker won’t cure fully until the fastener is tightened?

If you watched this video you would. Check it out:

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