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Plastic Cement Tube 5/8 oz

This is a 5/8oz Tube of Cement for Plastic Models from Testors. For Ages 8 and Up.

Testors Plastic Cement Tube 5/8 oz Plastic Model Cement #3501
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Specifications :
  • 5/8 fl oz (18ml)
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"It’s a classic, but has been improved on for sure."
travis.getz
I only use this when absolutely necessary. And those times are only when I have no anticipation that I will ever need to pull a joint apart again. The main problem experience is that if you squeeze the tube too much, it ejects so much glue that you end up wasting it and/or you end up with it in places you didn’t want it! There are simply much better Products out there. That toxic glue smell sure does take me back to my old days of model-making though!

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"Great glue for heavy bonding"
jtanaka300 (jtanaka300@aol.com)
This is an ideal glue for those heavy bonding. I would NOT suggest using this glue for small parts or anything with clear plastic parts. This glue works by slightly melting the plastic and creating a strong bond when completely dried (usually 24 hours). The downside is that it can have a “string or web” side effect since the gel glue can “stretch” when applied. Although liquid glue such as Tamiya or Testors works well with small parts, it does not have a gel factor that creates a stronger adhesion. I would recommend purchasing a variety of glue for different model parts. Testors, Clear Parts Cement 1 oz Carded (Product Number: TES3515CT) for those clear parts, Testors Liq Cement Applicator 1 oz Carded (Product Number: TES3507AT) or Tamiya plastic Cement 20 ml (Product Number: TAM87012) for small parts (engines, cockpits, etc.). Please note that the Testors Liq glue has a nozzle which makes it easier to apply rather than a brush which can get sloppy.

 
"An old favorite."
skarider75
This stuff is the same as I remember it from the 80s. Sure, it can be a mess. Sometimes you get a little more than you want from a squeeze. Careful application mitigates most of that. I learned a long time ago not to squeeze the tube anywhere near my model. I've always used a toothpick or something similar to apply it. It's my main cement and I rarely have any trouble with it.

 
"Average Glue"
Miguel G.T (Colombia)
The pros of this glue are: is cheap, it has a good amount of glue, it's durable. Cons: Its very thick, is not very strong with small quantities, is a mess for removal, it does no has a detail dispensator, it dries slow, sometimes it drops a lot of glue. This glue does the job for large areas but is terrible for detailed and very small parts. I recommend a liquid glue instead of this glue for a more easy application.
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