Author Topic: Looking for a better cement  (Read 1580 times)

September 23, 2006, 11:16:52 PM
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Ok, not a better cement per say, but a better bottle. I have been using testors cement most of my life, and the stuff is great. But, in the last few years, the bottle has gone down hill.

I remember when it was available with a metal tube as the applicator tip. It was great and never clogged on me (I think it did once, but it was nothing to unclog it).

Now, its a plastic tip that has something inside it to slow the speed of the glue. I have resorted to using a syringe to apply the glue (works pretty good, just not very elegant).

So, what are some other options and most importantly, where can I buy it?

September 23, 2006, 11:52:31 PM
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wreeper007 - Use the Search function! Please do your homework before making posts. You may have already known everything I've listed below, but it would be helpful to know that you've made use of the resources available to you.

I just searched "glue" and found the following (out of the 42 matches) which might be helpful:
cement - August 16, 2006
Tools and Supplies - July 11, 2005

... And click here to access a relevant section of FichtenFoo's Model Tutorial

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