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Does anyone know of a solvent for modelling glue? I'm trying to un-glue the wings on my Valkyrie and I don't really want to just rip them.
simple green works great
it'll strip the paint aswell and it takes a good soak before it turns the glue gummy but it definitely works
Ah glorious, do you have any idea how long it takes? Thanks so much.
if the simple green can get to the glue easily (i.e. touch it) it shouldnt need more than an hour, maybe even less but, more is always better and it's not like the simple green will hurt the model
it turns the glue into a substance similar to rubber cement after it dries (rubbery) and depending on how much you used you'll be able to pick the entire chunk off. worked great on some second hand models i bought where they pretty much drowned the joints in super glue.
also just for clarification: we're talking super glue right?
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most super glue solvents are too abrasive for plastic models which is why i dont usually mention them
and if plastic glue was used then... a razor saw will be his course of action
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