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Zap-A-Gap CA+ 1/2 oz

Excellent Gap-Filling Super-Glue.

Pacer Zap-A-Gap CA+ 1/2 oz Hobby and Craft CA Super Glue #pt03
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1/2 oz.

  • Pacer Product Number: PT03
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"Zap-A-Gap CA"
N. Harper (Winter Haven, FL)
A friend told me about this product and I must say I have enjoyed using it. A word of caution; don't get it on your skin.

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"Excellent product"
mutzken
I have used Zap-A-Gap for many years and love it. I use it as a gap filler mainly and a glue secondary. It does wonderful filling gaps with a minimum of mess, also a good glue but CA glues are not as strong as plastic glues. If your just starting out with modeling, I suggest a bottle of Zap-A-Gap and a bottle of Tamiya Extra Thin Cement.

 
"Beauty of CA+"
isaackeller90 (Somerset, MA)
Great to have a must have really when trying to quickly make a bond between two small 1/35 scale pieces. Having some kicker along side this can sometimes be handy as well if really in a hurry, ahh CA the options it presents cant forget a bit of debonder.

 
"excellent glue, best size bottle IMHO"
rarem37
I love this thick super glue! It stays in place when you put a drop on the parts to join. The 1/2 bottle is just right. I can use a whole bottle before it goes bad. Yes, super glue does go bad; it starts to lose the fast adhesive quality after 6-8 months, depending on the temperature and humidity where it is stored. The down side is that the nozzle does clog because the thick glue will stay in the opening. I just use a paper clip and force it into the nozzle to open it. Be careful when doing this. If the paperclip slips it can leave a nice hole in your finger.
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