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AMMO by Mig Jimenez extra thin plastic cement. Hold the parts together, apply the cement to the join and it will draw itself into the gap by capillary action. Completely dries in 10 minutes. 30ml jar.
Quick Tip Steps:
1: AMMO by Mig Jimenez Extra Thin Cement is a quick, simple, and effective product used to glue together plastic model kit parts. 2: In this example, we hold together the two fuselage halves of a Bf109. Once we are sure they are properly aligned, we touch the joint with the applicator brush, allowing the cement to flow by capillary action. 3: The joint will be secured after a couple of minutes. One of the main virtues of this adhesive is the fast drying time. For extra security, we can apply more cement to the inside of the join wherever possible. 4: Extra Thin Cement can be also be used to smooth out scribed panel lines and rivet details. 5: After the panel line has been re-scribed, we add a tiny amount of glue over it. Once again, we simply touch the detail with the tip of the brush and let the liquid draw itself into the panel line by capillary action. 6: This simple method removes any dust and styrene debris left by the scribing process. 7: If the part fits well and stays in place by itself, you can apply cement to the joint straightaway, without having to hold it in place. Extra Thin Cement will do the rest, it. It is that easy! 8: Extra Thin Cement can be used to glue clear parts as well, it will not attack the clear styrene, nor will it cloud the surface. The application method is exactly the same as above: simply add cement to the joint and allow it to dry for a few minutes.