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porthole window glazing
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Forum Posts: 185
3rd Mar 2017 02:42  
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I have in the past used superglue to fix the plastic windows in.
And some have gone a milky white colour.

So yet another lesson now learnt .

So what sort of adhesive should I use ?

The superstructure is plastic and the glass material is a load of cartons that at one time contained Grapes.
Thin clear and flexible.
Any suggestions please

Trillium
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Forum Posts: 65
3rd Mar 2017 03:51  
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Try Deluxe Materials R/C Modellers Craft Glue.

Another option is to use K&S Materials clear PETG sheet. That's not affected by superglue.

Roy

Dave M
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3rd Mar 2017 11:26  
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Hi sonar
I use canopy glue as used by the aeromodelling fraternity. It sticks to wood/plastic etc and dries clear. Any good model shop should be able to supply
Dave


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Dave