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hi so i used modeling glue( testors) and the cobra just poped right off after like a day of drying!
i use normal plastic modleing glue the kind that comes in the blue or orange tube with a white cap.
With the metal models it is best to use some superglue. You can get that from most places. I don't know what the laws are where you live but you need to be over 18 to buy superglue in the UK.
ahh super glue... why on earth do you need to be 18 in the uk to buy it i wonder??/
You need to be 16 to buy PVA. The stuff they give to little primary school kids in big tubs...yeah that stuff. Aparrently if you eat enough there is a chance you might die.Originally Posted by Admiral Dacius
My preference is with either Loctite for superglue or Contacta if you need to glue plastics.
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I dunno, I ate @$$loads of elmers glue as a kid and I'm fine (relatively speaking that is). Is that the real reason for restricting the stuff?
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Well, its quite dangerous to "sniff" superglue, and that is probably why it has been restricted. It is a bit silly to age restricting PVA though...
Back on topic, for superglue I usually look to Loctite, just as Archaon does. I use one of the following three products, as I find they are useful in their own different ways (1, 2, 3)
I use Loxeal, its like the Italian version of Loctite, its cheaper and works the same.
Superglue is the best thing to use for metal, with Cobras, you might need to drill the flying stand hole in its underside to make a better fit so it wont fly off easily.
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