[WWI] Eduard Photo Etch Stitching 1/48
csavaglio at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 11 12:44:28 EST 2005
I'd use a thin super glue. Put a drop on a piece of masking tape and use a
toothpick to dab it on the p.e. stitching and spread it out.
>From: "Candice Uhlir" <candiceuhlir at cox.net>
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>Subject: RE: [WWI] Eduard Photo Etch Stitching 1/48
>Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 08:40:57 -0800
>Michael,,,what kind of adhesive did you use to install the PE stitching?
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>I haven't used Eduards Candice, but I have used Part's, and I liked the
>effect it gave. Much more three dimensional than the molded stitching.
>Navy Camel in the gallery has it.
>"Has anybody used this stuff successfully. I am looking at it and I am
>confused. I intend to use it for fuselage stitching but don't want to
>take a shot in the dark.
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