As I mentioned on the KS comments, I planned to try hair spray on the Flux to hold down, as opposed to the glue. I use it on some other printers.
It works great. Just spray it on the bare metal plate side, and hit print. No fussing with blue tape, glue sticks or anything else. (Don't worry about too much, though don't have a pool on there.)
I've used Aqua Net Extra Super Hold mostly (because I posted a link to it, so people could see the bottle) and Suave Extreme Hold (I mostly use that on another printer, because the Aquanet doesn't work as well with the heated bed there.) Other people suggest different things online, but those tend to be some of the most common ones that get recommended in the US. Another great thing is that should it get stuck, or build up, just take the plate and some water, and it cleans up really nicely. That also works for getting prints off the bed, if needed. So far for me, I think I've used my fingers to pop it off.
So far aside from one thing, the Flux has been the best out of box experience (with the possible exception of my first one, which was a kit, 4 years ago.)