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 Posted: 20 Jul 2017 15:07
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Just used this glue on Rock Creek's back scene boards, it's thick but it does what it says on the tube!!
(From Screwfix)



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 Posted: 20 Jul 2017 18:50
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The Oz members will likely be able to confirm, but I recall seeing an Australian product along the lines of the Uk's "Bradex Easy-Start" for reluctant diesel engines which I believe was called "Start, Ya B*stard"! Subtlety seems to be creeping in, doesn't it!:mutley2::mutley2::mutley2:

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:mutley2: Surely does Keith! :mutley2:



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I'd hope it sticks better and less of an odour - but at least its clear :avatar:

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Does it come in brown for those scenery jobs.????

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It's also available in an indoor use version called, 'Sticks like S#|t But Doesn't Stink!'
Perfect for all those tricky jobs around the house when you know you are right, despite what others are saying.



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gormo wrote: Does it come in brown for those scenery jobs.????

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There is a Selleys Liquid Nail Landscape which I think is brown and was used by modellers in NSW - namely the  late Geoff Nott  http://www.modvid.com.au/html/body_geoff_nott.html



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I wonder if on a warm day if it would keep the flies off your face while the glue dries?

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Ohhhhh man, this is getting low. :facepalm:



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It's just a bog standard glue! :giggle:



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Have you seen that new waterproof glue called Constipated?

It's not come out yet.

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Come on now, enough, before this thread goes down the pan.


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All I can say if/when/whoever comes out with the glue named Constipated will be flushed with success... I guess Constipated wouldn't be for those sticky jobs... :oops:
 
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 Posted: 21 Jul 2017 10:29
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This is the one I was talking about.:giggle:

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Attachment: Start Ya Bastard!-225x300.jpg (Downloaded 18 times)



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Now that does look an Aussie product!!:mutley2:



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