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I am amazed, its been so long since I logged in and I still have an account here.. Glad to see this community is thriving and how it has changed for the better. I decided to jump back into the Warhammer scene and wanted to start playing fantasy again. My Army would be the Skaven and I sadly glued them together without realizing they had to fit close together. They are a pain in the but with the arms/tails so I wanted to re glue everything. Is that possible?
So How do you suggest properly removing superglue from plastic models without damaging them.
soak the model in simple green
turns the super glue into a rubbery substance similar to rubber cement and it can be peeled or picked or rolled off
I'm afriad I don't have any tips of my own for removing the superglue. I suppose you're lucky you didn't use poly cement.
Have you seen that the Skaven will be getting a new army book soon? It's something to bear in mind if you're working on an army. There are a few pictures of new plastic clanrats around in the news, rumours and previews section.
Thou shalt remember:
Warhammer Fantasy armies do NOT have Codices. They have Army Books.
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Yep, like Kelter said - use stuff you would strip paint with. I used some nail polish remover and within a couple hours it was all gummy and easy to peel off. The only problem is it will strip your paint too so you can't just remove the glue only
There are also several brands of superglue de-bonders on the market, specially made for the express purpose of dissolving superglue - Z-7 Debonder is one of the better known examples.