A: Thank you for the question. Loctite Threadlocker Blue 242 is not tested for this intended use. It might be possible to use the product, but Loctite does not speak to this application or intended use where food safety may be concerned and therefore would have not responsibility for your results in this situation.
A: No. No way, this is not a patch & glue. This is not te repair you are looking for.
A: No, it’s made for keeping nuts onto bolts.
A: No. This is not a glue, or the type of adhesive you would need for your application. I am not familiar with the exact product you would need. But I would suggest you try an outdoor supply store that might deal more specifically with air mattresses. They likely will be better able to help you.
A: Thank you for the question bit answer is no. The Threadlocker Blue should not be used in an attempt to repair an air mattress. This is not an adhesive or glue but instead a thread locking, anaerobic, compound for use on threaded metal fasteners.
A: No, this is for threads on screws to keep them from coming loose.
A: No it's for nuts and bolts.
A: I would say a cautious probably.
A: Loctite Threadlocker 242 can be used on BMX crank bolts keeping in mind it may make it more difficult to remove at some point.
A: If you are talking about the pedal that screws into the crank/front sprocket, then yes you can use it. Just be sure to get the right strength. There is one weaker than this one and one much stronger. If you get the stronger one you will have to heat the pedal shaft to over 500 degrees to get it to break loose. If you are talking about crankshaft bolts in an engine then no, I wouldn't use it there. Keep those from getting loose by applying the proper torque.
A: It comes in 3 strengths green, blue, and red (the liquid, not the tube color) I always use blue. It holds vert tight, but can be loosened with tools. The red needs heat and tools. Make sure you go by the strength as stated on the package, not by the color of the tube. They are all red I think.
A: Yes if you put it on the threads.
A: Thank you for the question, Rachel. The Loctite Threadlocker Blue 242 is designed for the locking and sealing of threaded fasteners which require normal disassembly with standard hand tools. Assuming the threaded parts are clean, dry, not plastic and have a good fit then this product is well suited to help keep them tight. Last, given this is a facet it is possible that removal art some point may be quite difficult assuming the parts have a good fit.
A: Not knowing the style of faucet or why you think this product would work in this situation. Here goes,,,This product is a thread lock, if you use it on the set screw that holds the faucet handle on, this will prevent that screw from becoming loose. With that said if the threads, screw or faucet handle are worn or damaged this “May” only be a temporary fix at best. Also take note this product may also “loctite” the faucet closed.Once again this is this answer is made without seeing the faucet.
A: Yes, anything that is threaded. Use only a light coating, don’t saturate or it may be difficult to take apart later. And use the blue, not the red loctite.