Introductory: Glues For Projects

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    Glues For Projects


    "As for glue, most any glue made for plastics will work. I personally use Super Glue Gel or regular Testors plastic glue for most of my work.

    You can also use epoxies for certain applications. I usually use JB Weld Kwik because it's strong, can be cut/sanded easily, and sets up in about six (6) minutes.

    Hope this helps."


    ~Lobo

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    I" use Zap A Gap glue, it's very strong, but most of the time it's also permanent. You have to be cautious with it, but it's a great way to go."

    ~autobotx23

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    "I use Devcon Plastic Weld. You can find it at Wal*mart, K-mart, or many other Hardware stores, including Lowes and Home Depot. For minor areas, I use Super Glue Gel."

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