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I have used Testors Clear Parts Cement to make windows. I used a micro brush to stretch it accros, but that was on an N scale car. I think MicroMark also makes some window cement. It also is a good glue to affix windows to buildings and place signage on the windows. Also good for weathering ;)


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Yep! " Micro Kristal Klear " made by Microscale for windows ( 1/4" or smaller ) you put a bit on a toothpick and apply it around the edge of the opening then draw it across to the opposite corner. Its also an adhesive.



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Kristal Klear it is!! One thing about this product though is that its ALWAYS thicker at the edges than at the middle, so it gives a "concave" look to the window. After the Kristal Klear has dried, merely take a drop of clear gloss finish, either acrylic or even Glosscoat will work if not too thick, and place into the window. Make sure the model is lying flat and when dry the "glass" now appears to have a flat, smooth surface.

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