Plastic Cement 7/8 oz Carded

This is a 7/8oz Tube of Cement for Plastic Models from Testors. For Ages 8 and Up.

Testors Plastic Cement 7/8 oz Carded Plastic Model Cement #3512
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 Testors # tes3512
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Testors Item # tes3512
Features :
  • Quick drying cement for plastic models..
  • Joins polystyrene to polystyrene and polystyrene to wood..
  • Also useful for repairing household items made of polystyrene o ABS plastics..
  • Carded packaging..
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Spotlight Review

 
"Old's cool"
xberet
I know this cement is outdated and the fumes make you a little wonky if you're not careful, but I grew up with it and just can't let it go. There are now myriad ways to be precise about applying it so no more glue bombs necessary and it still does the job so I'm staying with it. Maybe not the solution to every combination that the super glues handle so well but still a solid choice for the basics. So there.

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Features

  • Quick drying cement for plastic models..
  • Joins polystyrene to polystyrene and polystyrene to wood..
  • Also useful for repairing household items made of polystyrene o ABS plastics..
  • Carded packaging..

Specs

  • 7/8 fl oz (25.5ml)

Includes

One 7/8oz Tube of Cement for Plastic Models.


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"plastic cement"
soundman266
testers glue is the only glue I use for my model building it dries good and holds the way I want it to not messy the metal tip lets it flow without issue been using it almost 50 years now

 
"Very good glue for most models"
hhpodesta
I've used this exact cement for many years and it is one of the best for building plastic models. It dries fairly quickly so you're not sitting there holding the parts together forever waiting for the glue to cure. The tube has a wide mouth and you need to be careful how hard you press the sides because it can come out fast. The problem with tube glue is that its thick, so in some case is the right glue in others it is not. I also use the Testors liquid cement, that is more suitable for the 1/72 models that Im building right now.

 
"works great but a lot of waste"
Felgenhauer98
This stuff has been around for year. Simple squeeze tube. Still works great but tends to get VERY messy and wasteful. I switched to the triangular bottle for more accuracy and less waste.

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