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Old 08-25-2008, 08:41 AM
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Default Cement question

Anyone know if there's a common substitute for zap a gap. I got some of the thick variety at LRO the other week and am nearly out. I went to the local Hobby store and read labels on the "super glue" tubes. They said "not for use on foam" and that's mainly what I'm tying with now. Thanks--Bran
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Old 08-25-2008, 12:40 PM
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Default Thread glue?

It is not that a crazy-glue type will not stick to the foam. It is just an issue that the foam will probally be disolved/ melted by the solvents in the glue. When dry it will be solid. If fast curing is needed you will have to use epoxy. I have not had any such disolving/melting problems with clear nail polish for painting/adhesion needs.
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