Walthers 904-299 Goo

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Walthers 904-299 Goo
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This is a FLAMMABLE product and cannot be shipped outside the Continental USA.
GOO(R) The All Purpose Adhesive 1 oz TubeAll purpose adhesive works great on wood, ceramics, leather, fabrics, metal, vinyl, and glass.

- Easy-to-use contact cement
- Waterproof
- Tough
- Flexible
- Won't crack

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  • 4
    WALTHERS 904-299 GOO

    Posted by William Lorence on Jul 27th 2019

    Great Product for non plastics. Use sparingly, as it is darn near impossible to get off finish surfaces. I use it a lot for scenery applications and wood kit repairs.

  • 4
    Goo adhesive

    Posted by Dave on Apr 27th 2019

    Goo is slow drying, so it allows for adjustments. When dry it creates a strong bond. However, it is very tacky out of the tube and can be messy to apply.

  • 4
    Walthers 904-299 Goo

    Posted by Kimball Kelsey on Mar 25th 2019

    Excellent glue. Will stick to most anything - including you if you're not careful!! :-)

  • 5

    Posted by Jeff on Sep 7th 2018

    Always loved the Goo!

  • 5
    Excellent multi-purpose glue

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 28th 2018

    A standard for modlers, Walthers Goo remains a staple for modelers working with multiple materials with multiple bonding needs.

  • 5

    Posted by Rene Cochran on Jun 28th 2018

    This is the best glue out there!

  • 5
    Sticky Stuff

    Posted by Michael C. on Jun 28th 2018

    I use Goo to attach the steel weights to the floors of "shake the box" rail car kits. I figure since it remains pliable any changes in temperature won't cause the weight to break free and rattle around inside the model.

  • 5

    Posted by Art on Jun 28th 2018

    This stuff really woks great. I avoided it for years but now i will always keep it available!

  • 5

    Posted by d on Jun 28th 2018

    I like this adhesive because it's firm when it dries, but still allows for slight movement. It also creates a strong bond.