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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.
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.
Last edited by Kelter Skelter; October 4th, 2009 at 05:00.
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.
Jager bombs. Very efficient at wiping out friend or foe.
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.
I am an Indestructible master of War.
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.