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I was wondering, why does green stuff never fall off of the model once it's molded on ? I can't remember ever using superglue on the green stuff.
I'm asking in specific now because I made a tail of green stuff and stuck a bunch of stuff on it to make it "textured" (cut up bits of stuff) and I don't want the stuff to fall off.
Well, I used it as an adhesive to my Stealthsuits (that crappy GW glue wouldn't work!) and it hasn't fallen off yet, so it should be fine. Besides, if it falls off, you can glue it on.
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GS is epoxy based so it does have bonding capabilities though I wouldn't use it alone to stick pieces together.
Actually there is a trick involving GS and superglue for metal parts with large gaps. Mix up a blob of GS place it in between the parts add a little glue and press the parts together. The GS fills any gaps due to miscast or warping and since the parts are now a snug fit, the superglue can achieve it's best bond.
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I no longer rely on using green stuff to stick thinks together. But ironicly I do mainly use it in the Super glue trick. When doing it just sandwich a small bit of GS in Suer glue and put it between the peoced your trying to attach. For your tail if you want the best stick use the super glue.