Soaking them does not make sense. Some mechanics do use a coating, I never do. Make sure all threads are clean & oiled. However, the most important step you need to do to insure against a blown head gasket, is to re-torque. Re-torque this way. After installation & warm up, while still warm, starting with #1 nut in the pattern, back off nut 1/4 turn, & bring back up to torque. then move on to the next till they are all done.
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