That won't do much. You would need some wicking threadlock for that... (stuff that goes down into threads by itself) It probably won't even dry there really... i'd wipe off any dripping and any left on those threads.
If you really want it to stay there you should take the thing apart, put some drops on the screws and put it back together. Wait a few hours to let it bond. But i would avoid gassing up and playing for 24 hours.
Basically, threadlock seals when metal to metal connections are made in tight spots... like when threads meet threads. The tighter the better.
If you have this: Here...
I would consider getting blue threadlock instead. That is red, high strength threadlock (271). Basically... permanent. Blue seals just as good, but is much easier to remove in case you need to.