Possible solution for reaction using CA Glues

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Possible solution for reaction using CA Glues

Postby mBagley » Thu Mar 22, 2012 11:41 pm

If you are one of the lucky modelers that have allergic reactions when ever you use CA glues, like running eyes, nose, or throat irritation. I have just switched from using the standard CA glue ( like ZAP) to a Foam safe, orderless CA glue. What a difference my nose did not have the stuffy and running reaction from my night of building. Might work for you.....
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