I'm sure this will have been discussed before but i've just been using Krazy glue to put my card model tank together. I've used both the thicker 'Precision' krazy glue and the regular 'original' krazy glue. The 'precision' is thicker, does not seep through the paper and holds very well but is difficult to get out of the tube because there is a plunger built into the tip that takes a lot of pressure to depress before the glue will come out. This was damaging the paper tabs i was gluing so i switched to regular, original krazy glue. I found that by first soaking the parts to be glued with the Krazy glue, letting it dry for a minute, then re-applying Krazy glue and gluing the parts i get a very strong, virtually immediate hold. This seems much simpler than using conventional paper glues which take forever to dry and require hours of holding in place. Any comments? Am i making a tremendous blunder?