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"Best capillary bonding sytem."
If you scratch build with styrene this is the best kit for capillary bonding your going to find for the money make your builds one of a kind and this will help you get the job done.

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"Amazing Glue Applicator"
wgezzi (3410 Provence CT Apt 1 Casper Wyoming 82)
The Touch N Flow is wonderful. You can put the glue right where it goes and the cement that comes with the kit is great,,,, you need to be careful for this is made of glass and will break with hard handling, trust me I just ordered a new one. I just love this tool, the kit comes with instructions glue and everything you need to get started.

"Best Glueing system hands down"
dwayne.krieger (Pittsburgh, PA USA)
I much prefer using this product to any other applicator. I have a separate review of the Glue. In short the Glue in this kit is great. The applicator once you get past the learning curve is a great product. You just press the 2 parts together and drag the applicator along the seam and capilary action will do the work. The directions for using this product are very good. I would recommend using this for any modeler.

"One of the best tools on my workbench"
dpenn89 (Jersey Shore, NJ)
The touch-n-flow applicator is a thin glass tube with a steel needle at the end that one uses to weld parts together with the included Plast-I-Weld, or any other liquid glue (I have had success with the Testors glue that comes in the glass bottle, as well). There's a bit of a learning curve, especially if you buy the tool without the filler bottle, but once you get the hang of it, this thing makes life much easier. I'm basically a huge klutz, and I normally make a big mess with polystyrene cement. The touch-n-flow allows me to put the glue just along the seam between the two parts I'm joining (capillary action draws the liquid in, and it's easy to control), and by squeezing the parts together, the melted plastic beads up along the seam. Use the back of a knife blade to scrape the bead away, and the seam is gone, without using putty or other filler. I'm also pretty sure you could leave the bead of melted plastic along the seam line to simulate a welded join. The only complaint I have is that the tool is fairly fragile-it's made out of glass after all, and the needle can bend if you're not gentle with it.

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