Hello, folks. I have a Speakman shower head that's driving me nuts. The issue is the threads where the head screws onto the ball swivel (not the other end that attaches to the shower arm). This joint controls how much force is required to articulate the head. The problem is, if the head is tight enough so it doesn't accidentally unscrew, it wont articulate due to it being too tight. If I back it off a bit, it articulates nicely but also unscrews VERY easily. The ball washer is lubricated with the proper grease. If I don't use teflon tape on the threads, it leaks. if I do, the leaking stops but the swiveling issue remains. It's too tight or too loose. I've tried varying amounts of tape but that didn't work either. I also tried paste thread sealer (pipe dope, I think) and that was about as useful as putting grease on the threads. I need a product that'll seal the threads AND provide the necessary resistance to secure the threads so the head doesn't spin. Aside from Loctite, I'm out of ideas. Suggestions?