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i live in newmarket. pretty small place. never seen teflon tape in any of my hardware stores
Crappy tire has it for 2-3$ A blue roll with a white tape.
You will find it at any location in the plumbing section...
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Go to your local hardware or plumbing supply store and get some "teflon" tape. It is what plumbers use to seal pipes. Place a couple of wraps of the tape around the threads.

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I second this method, it works well. Wrap it in the direction that is opposite to screwing the lens in, so the tape stays put.
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ok well i didnt think of the plumbing area because i always thought tape was in hardware. sorry guys. no i am not a troll or a moron (that goes for you junkie). im just a failure sorry everyone
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Dude you're not a failure, you're just not listening to what people are trying to tell you. Dont worry about it, its in the past now.
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ok well i didnt think of the plumbing area because i always thought tape was in hardware. sorry guys. no i am not a troll or a moron (that goes for you junkie). im just a failure sorry everyone
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