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Extra Thin Cement 40 ml

Extra-thin plastic model cement with applicator brush. Used to glue parts already held together. The thin glue will wick into the joint for a firm bond.

Tamiya Extra Thin Cement 40 ml Plastic Model Cement #87038
 Tamiya # tam87038
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Tamiya Item # tam87038
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40 ml.

  • Tamiya Product Number: 87038
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"When only capillary action will do"
This extra thin formula is fantastic for its intended purpose...accessing hard to reach areas via Capillary Action with glue. For example, when joining two fuselage halves with no locator pins and not wanting to risk a botched job with normal glue, I lined up the two parts, held them together with masking tape and touched the applicator brush to the seam from the inside and watched as the glue ran down the seam fusing the two parts from the inside. No muss, no fuss and no smudges. It also doesn't hurt that you get a generous amount and a good fine built in brush.

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Excellent for plastic models (polystyrene plastic).


40 ml.

  • Tamiya Product Number: 87038

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"Multipurpose Fluid"
This cement works well for me. I like to use the thicker for initial assembly on large parts at strategic glue points. Then apply this thin down the seams to complete the cementing. I did spill this bottle upon my Hobbylinc supplied hobby mat. The angle lines, graduations, everything that was a black mark went away. But I keep this product. It does very well for me. Keep a clamp around the base of the bottle and spillage will be limited. Again, if and when I learn to use my phone, I will post those photos I took. John Yes I recommend it. I am on my 3rd bottle

"Excellent Cement"
I've been using this cement for a short while and I don't think I'll use anything else. The short wide bottle makes it harder to tip over and the fine pointed brush is ideal for applying tiny amounts to small parts it also makes the bottle last longer by reducing the amount of cement being applied to parts. It also forms a very strong, durable bond. The only negative about this cement is the odors which are very strong because this cement contains acetone so I'd recommend turning on a ceiling fan or opening a window when using this stuff.

"Can't Live Without It"
I had spilled a new bottle of Tester's liquid glue. So I decided to try something different. Tamiya's glue filled that spot. Pro's: The shape of the bottle prevents you from spilling it over. Easy to grip and turn the cap off. The glue dries fast and strong. Their is a little odor, but I did not find it terrible. The tip of the applicator is the secret. The fine tip allows just the right amount of glue to flow into the joints. Easy to reach into tight areas. No wasted glue . I have tried it on a tank and airplane that I am building. Between Hobbylincs cyanoacrylate for large areas and Tamiya extra thin cement for small areas and small parts. I am confident it they will turn out great. Con's: NONE.

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