Red Roo Glue - now with pictures

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Re: Red Roo Glue - now with pictures

Postby digger303 » Mon Sep 12, 2016 3:25 pm

erussell wrote:It's not 'better' or 'worse' than CA glue - it is quite different stuff. Cyanoacrylate is an acrylic resin and Roo Grip is a aliphatic synthetic polymer. There are some items that respond better to PVA than CA and vice-versa.
The wide mouth is an advantage as the container is rigid. A suggested method of application is to pick up some Roo Grip with a clean wooden stick or applicator, place it on a palette (I use an old CD) and apply it with a cocktail stick.



I understood that it could be used as a replacement for CA and was more durable and flexible than CA hence better when handling the model. But you say it is no better or worse, so now I'm feeling I haven't a clue. :?:

I used the same method when dealing with Ca, Ie toothpick.
Although put CA on a cd and the result is not good...fogging and glue goes sticky then hard and white.

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