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· Mr. Olufsen
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Hi,

First, Julian is right - no-more-nails will do the job.

However, my experience tells me that the best thing for the job is white glue, i.e. a PVA type glue such as wood glue or glue specifically intended for bonding styrene (mainly styrene stucco) to plaster board, MDF and other types of wood, brick, concrete, etc. I use no-more-nails only for bonding styrene to non-porous materials such as PVC to which white glue doesn't bond well and tends to either not dry at all or peel of the surface when dry. There's a lot of resources in cyberspace pointing to white glue, many of them dealing with wargaming terrain and modular terrain boards.*

Br,
Christian

*: Okay, I confess - I do have an aggressive past on the 28mm battlefields. Now it's speedgaming instead
GT40's are much more fun than tanks fueled only by dice.
 

· Mr. Olufsen
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Oops - I forgot, what it says on the tube is important: Apply some pressure, in particular for larger surfaces.

Good luck with your tests.
 
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