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Well, I tried the method of sealing that uses PVA glue mixed with water. After brushing it on a few of my models, I came back after a while to find that the mixture had taken the bond out of the original layer between the plastic and the sand/basalt. I waited some more, then I took a brush and poked at it to see if it was dry, and a big clump of the sand slid across the base, leaving a black spot where it had been.
Is it just me, or does this method have some kinks that need to be worked out?
I used to have a lot of problems with that too. I got this scenic cement and it holds really well. I use the normal white glue to stick the sand on, let it dry, then drop the cement over the top with one of those plastic syringes that people use to stuff medicine into baby mouths. You only need a couple drops for a normal 25mm base. If you get it, don't bother with the spray bottle. It clogs up right away.
Are you giving each application of glue ample time to dry?