Bolting down a safe
We recently moved, and I decided to buy a new safe. The only place I have to put it is in my garage. It's not what I really prefer, but it's better than nothing. It has an electrical outlet, and I already have a golden rod dehumidifier in it, so I think I can keep my guns in good condition. But, I digress.
I want to bolt it to the floor. The safe came with lag bolts and plastic anchors, and I have a hammer drill and the requisite bit for drilling into the concrete floor. However, one review I read stated that the reviewer had to use loc-tite to get the anchor bolts to take hold. So, I also have some loc-tite (the non-permanent variety).
My question is should the loc-time be used to hold the plastic anchor in place, to hold the lag bolt in the anchor, or both?
Any other suggestions would also be appreciated.
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