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Scenery Shogun
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Aloha,

I got some stuff off ebay and it came assembled and painted. (plastic tanks)
Dumped them into the greenstuff and scrubbed, and got them 90% down to the grey plastic.
Now, I am wondering if anyone knows of a chemical that will take the superglue APART without eating the actual plastic model?

I got a model train superglue " losener" but have yet to test it. Think I might Sglue two sprue bits together and see if it eats plastic...

just wondering if anyone knows of anything like this that is proven to work and keep the models safe.
 

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Although I've never actually tried it, I've heard soaking the models in paint thinner will do the trick. Afterwards you're going to want to give them a good wash if you ever plan on painting them.
 

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THanks Pickle. THis helped alot.

Going to drop my three Leman Russes into some tonight. ((He put the tracks on crooked and half the pieces are not sitting flush...)
 
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