"Smeared this around the olive on 8 new compression joints....three days later all 8 bone dry. A must for DIY'ers like me. Gives me confidence every time I do a joint....would rather put this on every time rather than not and then find I have to take apart and then put some on due to a leak.
"I have been using this for 30 years, most recently on a union to a hot water cylinder. It worked, just as I knew it would.
I would prefer a slightly different container, something which would allow me more control of the nozzle width and also the pressure - something like a a hypodermic. But that is minor. The be all and end all for these kinds of products is whether they work - and this one does."
"A radiator valve got bumped when moving some stuff around and it began to drip very slowly from the part that threads into the radiator. A little bit of this around the outside seems to have fixed it Very please as it saved a lot of work draining the rad. and removing the valve to get the hex key in to tighten up."
"I fitted a new rad in my daughters bedroom but couldn't stop one of the outlets from weeping. I had initially used PTFE tape on the thread, and ended up taking the rad off the wall, draining it and re-taping the leaking outlet (have used PTFE a few times before with no problems). It still leaked though so not sure if it was just a problem with the thread of the fitting itself or inside the radiator. Anyhow, saw this stuff and thought I'd give it a go, worked a treat, smeared a small amount around the outlet and haven't had any water coming out since."
"I have only ever used this product so I don't know how it compares with other products. But if it works as LS-X does there is no need to change. This seals a joint when PTFE tape won't work effectively enough. I wipe the sealant around the thread and then tighten the joint if that is an option but sometimes you need to spread it on externally. I really don't understand how this works against the pressure of the water but it seems to. Keep one of these in your plumbing kit you never know when you might need it or when a friend might ask you to borrow it. There are various tips for keeping it fresh once opened but if the end of it clogs impossibly and there is still some squidgy in the middle just puncture the tube to get to the sealant and wrap the tube up in cling film."
"Great product that has got me out of many a sticky issue. Used to seal syphon to toilet cistern - worked a treat. also used this to provide a thin invisible seal around the rear lights on a classic car. Totally invisible yet stopped a leak into the boot that I've had for years. At this price, you can't afford not to have this in your tool box."