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Liquid or gel used to dissolve super glue. Especially useful for freeing stuck fingers.
Thin, printed transfers used for lettering, markings, and national insignia. Their adhesive is activated by water, so they’re sometimes referred to as “water-slide” decals.
A miniature scene, often including vehicles and figures, in a natural setting.
Applying a small amount of paint using an almost dry paintbrush. A method used to accent raised details or simulate wear and weathering.
Test-fitting parts for alignment before cementing them together.
Printed transfers (similar to decals) that are applied without the use of water or other solvents. Dry transfers often have pressure-sensitive adhesive and are “rubbed down” into place.