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I use Microscale Micro Liquitape for mocking up. It's a white liquid you apply to both parts and makes a nice bond that can even be taken apart and put back together. It all washes off with water. A quote on the bottle says "A tacky adhesive for temporarily joining most modeling materials".
Here's a link to it at the BMF site. It's at the bottom of the page.

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I use Microscale Micro Liquitape for mocking up. It's a white liquid you apply to both parts and makes a nice bond that can even be taken apart and put back together. It all washes off with water. A quote on the bottle says "A tacky adhesive for temporarily joining most modeling materials".

Here's a link to it at the BMF site. It's at the bottom of the page.

Ohhh...cool stuff. Thanx!!

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Aleen's Fast Grab Tacky Glue is what I've been using for mockups and temporary attachments. It is water based, and thicker than regular white glue. It dries in about 10 minutes or so, but I usually leave it overnight.

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Oh nice to see someone has tried the liquid tape. I'm going to have to grab some of that.

I'm with the blue poster tac that you can get about everywhere.

I also keep an egg of silly puddy for the same job as well as masking complex parts for spray painting.

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