Re: moisture cure polyurethanes/Goo strings

Tim O'Connor


This should be tattooed on the inside of model railroader's

GOO is a CONTACT CEMENT. It must be applied to both parts
to be joined and allowed to DRY (tacky) first, before the
parts are joined. It can be diluted with solvents; which
solvents depend on the brand.

Tim O.


Someone mentioned they used Goo instead of ACC. I'm no fan of ACC -
parts popped off of kits (Qualitycraft kits) I built years ago.
How do you keep the Goo strings from getting all over everything?

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