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G.E.SAUNDERS

Sticking Etch and small parts in place

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      hi All,

 

                     have discovered after tryin' to get "Little Peoples " to stay in place in a 1/76 Bus Diecast Model.

                     use for  permanant/semi- positioning...... Fly Coil Ticky Tack Goo

                     The goo is really tacky does'nt  dry out, ........100% of Flys don't recommrnd it !

                     ...... bloody hard to wash orff ya fingers .even with soap !

 

                    Scale Modellers  have ALL their products at their Fingertips   nuk !  nuk !  nuk !     🔨📏☺️✈️🚗🚜

                                                                

 

 

                    

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                   hi ALL,

 

                              I also discovered that Theatre Beard,/Eye Brow Gum etc  is suitable to hold Etch parts in place.

                              Either permantley (Internal Parts ) or before applyin a CA Glue.

                              Canopies ?  ..... is water solible tho....... otherwise your'll never git that beard orff !

                              Thinkin' the Gum may also hold Styrene parts in place temporilly.

                              Recently found it great to hold Wing struts in place on a surface when scratch assemblin'

                              ....and STOPS where has that bit gorn now !     hhhhhhhhrrrrrr  g.g.m.s. !

 

                                                                                            cheery "modellin' mumbas !

 

                                                                                                                   G

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