Hey guys, quick opinion poll before I start doing some soldering tomorrow. I've done several 1200° silver solders already, but always on fresh untainted threads. This time I'll be soldering threads that have had locktite on both sides, and I've picked, cleaned, and ran solvent on everything, but I'm curious if you all think I should put some flame to the threads to burn off any residual locktite before I seal it for good? The locktite was that clear, supposedly strong stuff (not really) that AAC provides with the Blackout's. I'm leaning towards flaming it, but I hate putting unnecessary stresses on the barrel since I'll be allowing it to cool before I solder it. Thanks!