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    Glueing picece back on?

    I am trying to glue a plastic piece to another plastic piece. I tried super glue, but that sets to fast. I also tried epoxy, but that sets to slow. Anything else I can try?







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    Re: Glueing picece back on?

    The metra glue
    **** is almost too good.

    it is called Instacure domantes anything that i accidently break.



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    Re: Glueing picece back on?

    Quote Originally Posted by gl0ck View Post
    The metra glue
    **** is almost too good.

    it is called Instacure domantes anything that i accidently break.
    Link to this stuff?




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    Re: Glueing picece back on?

    Anyone else?




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    Re: Glueing picece back on?

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    Re: Glueing picece back on?

    They have quick trying epoxies that take less time than a normal one but slower setting than super glue. And why can't you just let it sit for a while and let the epoxy settle?



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    Re: Glueing picece back on?

    MODELING GLUE??? made for plastic.



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    Re: Glueing picece back on?

    Go to your local hobby shop. If they carry Insta-cure they have the 3 second stuff all the way to 15 second and also the accelerator. The metra brand is just insta-cure with a metra sticker on it because we go buy it at the hobby shop sometimes and when we get ours in from metra it the same exact stuff with their sticker on it. It is great stuff though







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    Re: Glueing picece back on?

    Keep in mind though, model glue doesn't handle heat as well as automotive adhesives, or epoxy, but for an interior piece it should be ok.




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