Scott Dutton Try the newer one, its lighter in colour with the green top but has same name, but bottom of label has quick setting or quick drying. Its great, and pretty much my weapon of choice now. Dries in seconds.
14. January 2017, 04:52
Przemek Przybulewski I have the Quick Setting version for some time but I used first time building frame for Luna-M. It have a strange smell, it reminds me models and glue from my childhood - those a good memories.
Glue is great, dries immediately and what more important its not damaging paint too much.
14. January 2017, 13:04
berni Hello Mates, the glue is good. But it dissolves acrylic paint. I've found.
14. January 2017, 13:46
Przemek Przybulewski Berni - yes it is but when you apply it very gentle and just a little bit it evaporates so quickly that it did not damage my layer of paint. I tried in few different spots and had the same result - if applied in small quantities then paint will remain intact but add more and it will dissolve it. Anyway it is less aggressive to paint comparing to regular Thin cement.
Patrik Spett What about this Tamiya Limeone cement, do they sell that in UK? I have a bottle at home but didnt try it yet.
8. September 2014, 10:34
Urban Gardini It works the same way but take longer time to bite.
8. September 2014, 10:42
Gordon Sørensen I haven't seen this around my neck of the woods, but with all this talk, now I want to try it....
8. September 2014, 16:02
H K Gordon, it is certainly not a must have, but it is very helpfull especially if you need a fast bonding or you only need a tiny amount of glue.
8. September 2014, 17:44
Choppa Nutta Good News !!
E Models will be stocking Tamiya extra thin cement 40ml (870038) in 3 weeks time for £3.19 !!
Pete, the manager of the store phoned me up today because I wrote them saying how miffed I was about the new website and how the links didn't work and why could I no longer see Mr Cement S etc. etc. Turns out they do have Mr Cement S and he offered me free postage !!!
So I bought two bottles seeing as he was being so cool about it, really nice guy and I like the service, well worth checking them out. Apparently they are 10% cheaper than RRP too which we like
In my case one bottle will last me about 20 1/35th scale kits, in a combination of all sizes, from PaK to Sd.Kfz.250/251 to Jagdtiger. That includes me being very generous with the amounts I apply AND using it to fill small gaps and holes
19. July 2014, 06:42
Edgars Bizūns Then you must build very slowly I use this stuff to glaze details and achieve factures etc too, so it goes faster for me.
19. July 2014, 08:22
John Van Kooten Yeah, I do build very slowly. Time is not on my side as far as hobbies is concerned It takes me at least a month to finish even a simple PaK38 gun so that's not exactly fast LOL