An adhesive used in affixing items of a scale design kit collectively. This glue melts and bonds the synthetic, def. 9 or balsa lumber it comes into connection with. During the 1950's and 60's, when scale model kits reached their height of appeal, only grownups could purchase this glue because it was abused by mischievous kiddies hooked on inhaling the vapors. The gaseous particles emanating through the stringy, sticky glue caused light-headedness and a weezy, def. 7 feeling. Testors made an airplane glue in a distinctive orange colored tube. Tall concentrations of aircraft dope, found in flying design kit construction, can create comparable outcomes.