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I went to the store and found primer for plastics. It sounded to good. I am new to warhammer 40k so i decied to do couple test with models my friend gave me. 1st test was to prime them when they still on the tree. I started to glue 36hrs later and the super glue would stick to the primer and would fall apart to the touch. I would have to really load up on glue for it to stick. Then i tryed gluing them and then primer the glueing was alot easier, but the primer coats would fade at my touch, from a white to a grey with white shade. Am i over priming?
After primming, make sure to sand down the contact points between the two parts, to be glued. Especially with metal figures, as the gule is bonding to the primer and not the figure.
As for the primer being sprayed, make sure it is well shackan, about a minute after every use. If not that, then you got a bad can.
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Also, wait overnight to let it dry. I have armory primer right now and use plasti-kote primer previously, and they took about an hour or two to fully dry. I don't know about yours so let it go overnight. Also, try not to get primer on the joints where they are glued, try taping them with scotch tape. Worked for me!
also i noticed you said you sprayed them on the tree.. i 'm taking that to mean the sprue which means you've got plastic models.... you need to be using polystyrene cement for plastics. for a plastic to plastic join it is stronger than superglue.