Simple question really. Those of you who use it, do you apply and let it dry before screwing in, or apply and screw in. I’ve been doing the latter, but think it’s probably better to apply to end and then screw into motors, bottom plate, etc? Going to redo mine later so… Vote below, hehe
Read the instructions on the tube, or from the manufacturer’s website.
As far as I know, it is usually designed to set when the screw has been tightened into it.
There are about three different strengths, ranging from vibration resistance to eternal immovability.
Thanks all, seems the way I was doing it was the way to go, it’s just when I replaced a motor the other day the screws that came with had the blue on it, so I thought… hmmm should I be applying it first (less messy as you get a bit on the frame, etc. I read the instructions for first time (had it a year, lol), and states apply and screw straight away, so…
On the props? You mean motors? I just use the nylon locking nuts for props and not had a slip since I first started out…
This is the stuff I use. Just put it in a milk bottle lid and dip the screws in then apply. Cheers!