any of you use general clear silicone sealant when doing electrical soldering? or any electrical connections? from what i'm reading, it is an excellent insulator where cured/hardened, but while it is in gel form (fresh out of the tube) it can be corrosive to some metals if it contains acetic acid. i'm having to re-solder my resistors to the capacitors of my LED spotlights since 3/4 of them vibrated off the connection. i'm using some loctite clear silicone waterproof sealant to basically hold them in place to the insides of the light housings. looks like i will need to buy some "neutral cure", "non-corrosive", or "non-acidic" sealant to apply directly to the capacitor that the resistors are soldered to help keep the connections from vibrating loose.