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Testors Liquid Cement with Applicator

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Testors liquid cement with applicator, any thoughts?

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Is this the "square" glass bottle?  I use that, but I mix in some tube cement.  It's thicker then, but not so much that you can't use the brush inside the cap.  For thin liquid cement, I've got Tamiya, and probably still have some Plastruct or Tenax left, for now...

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Love the stuff - it's all I use for plastic. I prefer the Model Master version - it has a thin metal applicator tube, and it is easier for me to be a little more precise. The Testors branded one has a thick tapered plastic tube. The cement is pretty thin, not thick like the tube glues.

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I use Faller Super Expert. It's similar to the Testors, a thickish liquid somewhere between tube glue and a thin liquid cement like Tamiya. This has a metal applicator, and it's very easy to control. Good stuff. I've bought from Walther's, and have seen it at several hobby shops with good model train departments. 

 

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Bought the Testors glue today. It works pretty good.

At first it was a bit thick, shook the bottle, and nice and thin now.

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