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
$3.99
 
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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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"Testors Plastic Cement tube"
mooniemac2000
This is plastic cement that comes in a tube, its bonding is better than non toxic glue. It is very thick, but the tube tends to flow out more glue than what is needed. The glue melts most plastic (except for ABS). Preferably, I would pit some on a cardboard piece and then apply the glue with a toothpick.

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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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"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.

 
"Plastic Cement 7/8 oz."
mooniemac2000
This is plastic cement that comes in a tube, its bonding is better than non toxic glue. It is very thick, but the tube tends to flow out more glue than what is needed. The glue melts most plastic (except for ABS). Preferably, I would pit some on a cardboard piece and then apply the glue with a toothpick. The value pack allows for tips for new users. You also get more for your money ;)

 
"#3512"
CRC (Cleveland, Oh)
I've been using this for years, I consider this the best for polystyrene, PRO's- very workable, pliable, and strong when applied appropriately and allowing proper drying time. During construction of your project make sure you have air movement. CONS- it's a tube, it has air in it and may discharge too much too soon during each opening. Make sure you roll the tube like a toothpaste tube.

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