What type of CA glue to use on foam?

I need to glue some cracks on my ParkZone foam aircraft. I have a
bunch of generic CA for my scale modeling, both thin and thick gel.
Can I use that or is there a special type for foam?
Larry
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Larry
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It has to be ODERLESS or foam safe. Sometimes you can use the other if you kick it right away but it's not a good idea. Looking at your Spit, some of that can be taped with carton sealing tape. mk
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MJKolodziej
Thanks MK!
I'll make a trip to the hobby shop for the proper glue. I want to glue up some seams that PZ put the glue on too thin and it didn't bond.
How about White glue or carpenters wood glue? I'm not in a big hurry for it to dry, the Spit is going to stay safely hanging on the wall until a qualified pilot is available to fly it ;)
Larry
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Larry
Anything water based (like wood glue) won't work with plastic. Regular CA glues contain a solvent that will attack foam. Try either package tape, foam safe CA, or epoxy.
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BCRandy

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