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    Gorilla Super Glue

    My friend swears by it. Just wondering what everyone else thought.

    I have always used the green Zap-a-gap, but it hasn't impressed me since my return to the hobby (yes it is a new bottle).

    Metal to metal / metal to plastic.

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    I use the Insta-Cure+ stuff with the purple label/cap that most hobby stores have


    The "Hobby Distributors" label is replaced by the label of whatever hobby store sells it.

    I like to be able to take my stuff apart if I want to and it's so cheap and easy to use it's not a big deal if a part breaks off in transport.
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    Loctite Superglue Easybrush. Just started using it - sticks on contact, and holds firm. Excellent stuff.

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    Ah ! Glad i found this thread. Failed abysmally yesterday to stick a BFG strike cruiser together with B&Q superglue gel. Will try your recommendation, Izzinatah. Thanks.
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    I use Krazy Glue. It's cheap and works with just about all materials I use very good. The Gorilla super glue only works with about 85% of the materials I use. If your just using it to build the GW metal and plastic models, it'll work, but I find it don't work with most of the plastics I tend to use super glue for. So now I use a gorilla super glue bottle with krazy glue because the krazy glue bottle sux.
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    Quote Originally Posted by praxis View Post
    Ah ! Glad i found this thread. Failed abysmally yesterday to stick a BFG strike cruiser together with B&Q superglue gel. Will try your recommendation, Izzinatah. Thanks.
    Lol - a word of warning to anyone else reading this thread: Make sure your superglue is in liquid form, not a gel.

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    I use both forms, the gel much less often, admittedly, but it can be useful if you have an imperfect fit that's difficult/too small to greenstuff effectively.
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    I rather like the Gorilla Super Glue.

    I've used all sorts of glues to put things together, ranging from standard green Zap to JB Weld 2 part epoxies. As far as super glues go, GSG is probably the best I've used.

    My most noteable GSG testament is a Chaos 40k Demon Prince which took a header onto smooth concrete floor from about chest height. The plastic base cracked nearly in half, but the model didn't lose any pieces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izzinatah View Post

    Loctite Superglue Easybrush. Just started using it - sticks on contact, and holds firm. Excellent stuff.
    I had that stuff last. The glue is good, the brush is terrible. Mine turned into an umbrella in a few uses. After which it really did turn into easy brush, it coated everything in glue.

    Im currently using 'Zap CA super thin'.

    The bottle is good, with two sealing lids. But the glue is too thin, Ill get the normal sort next time.

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