solentlife
I live in Latvia and to get a can of 3M 77 is expensive. It would be about 25 Euros + 20 Euros shipping online ... seriously - its crazy.

There are Latvian suppliers but the well priced - you have to pre-order. 

So the hunt was on to find an alternative. I had tried carpet sellers and their carpet tack ... but that pitted depron and in some cases created large divots as the solvent did its worst.
Then a Club Member hit upon a product :

Bison Colla Spray

12 euros a 500ml can over counter in local builders merchants. It has three modes ... temporary where you spray one side and let dry - then put together allowing you to peel them apart later. Second is spray one or both sides and put together immediately allowing you to adjust position or third spray both and let dry for 5 mins then put together for permanent bond.

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I just had to get some !! Lancaster plans anyone ?
I'll fly anything if I can launch it ! Youtube : solentlifeuk
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bogusbandit56
To stick plans to the depron I use a Pritt stick costs a quid from the corner shop.
Wot, no Depron?
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solentlife
I also used a Pritt stick for small parts ... but large parts - I was trying to find substitute for 3M 77 ... 

I'd pretty well forgotten about it and then watched the videos for building the Mossie, which revived the quest.

Nigel
I'll fly anything if I can launch it ! Youtube : solentlifeuk
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andy_downs
the last couple of plans ive just used little bits of masking tape round each part I need to cut out,a lot cheaper than glue because I can borrow tape from work,i will take the used tape back if they want it back.
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Wildthing
I like gluing my plans on so they  are secure and not moving around at all.  I did learn to just mist it though, when I first started building I used to much and it was a pain to get them off. ðŸ˜‚😂😂😂😂
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