Plastic Cement 20 ml

Plastic Model glue with applicator brush.

Tamiya Plastic Cement 20 ml Plastic Model and Hobby Cement #87012
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Tamiya Item # tam87012
Features :

Excellent for plastic models (polystyrene plastic).

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"Good stuff!"
So far, using this one bottle, I've done 3 1/48 aircraft and a rocket, and there is still 1/3 left! This melts the plastic at the joint to create a strong bond. The brush is a little un-precise though, but some practice or an applicator like the touch-n-flow system will make it better. Use this in a ventilated room though, the smell becomes unbearable after a few hours.

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Excellent for plastic models (polystyrene plastic).


20 ml.

  • Tamiya Product Number: 87012

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"It's great stuff, period."
Shane S. (Dallas, Tx)
I've slowly been using this more and more. And i've found it to be a great product for the price. My advice though it so work quick and apply as little as you think you can get away with. Also as the bond isn't instant a set of small clamps, some rubber bands, etc. is HIGHLY recommended.

"excellent glue, wish the brush was just a bit longer"
I use this and the extra thin glue. Both are excellent. I use this one to glue larger surfaces where the glue needs to dry a bit slower. My only problem with it is that the brush does not go to the bottom of the jar. So when you start to get low on glue you need to order a new bottle so that you don't have to screw the lid/brush in to get a good amount of glue on the brush.

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mmthrax (Plano, TX)
This is so much better than what I used as a kid. The brush under the lid is about 2.5 to 3mm wide. It is fairly precise. It picks up a lot of glue so I press it against the inside of the jar until I have what I think I need. In use it paints on quite nicely. It's thin but doesn't run. It's thick enough to stay where I put it but it is not blobby. The smell is like a strong fingernail polish. I put the brush back on the jar immediately. It takes a few seconds to set up so I either act frozen while I hold it or use a third hand tweezer to help. I really like this stuff.

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