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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 Testors # tes3501
$3.29
 
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Specifications :
  • 5/8 fl oz (18ml)
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"Great Cement"
hertzing97
This cement is a good cement for NON-DETAIL gluing. it's still a bit too thick for fine pieces and will glob up on you otherwise. For gluing large surface area pieces together, it works amazing. For finer detail things, I prefer to use something liquidy, Like PlastiWeld, or Tamiya Extra Thin Cement. It's a bit more expensive, but it lasts you a great deal of time.

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"Old school glue, still gets used in places"
danschulz
What model builder isn't familiar with this stuff? Very hot, and provides a nice strong joint if used correctly. Because it's a gel, some skill is required applying it so you don't end up with a mess. I only use it on major joints that will get filler and/or sanding. Because it's so hot, you can soften up a joint, press together with force, and (after scraping or sanding) eliminate gaps. Does have the ever present problem with metal foil tube glues of a very light squeeze results in too much glue. Only looses one star because there are easier glues to use. I'd like to see this stuff in sold in a jar.

 
"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.

 
"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.