plastic cement

plastic cement

[′plas·tik si′ment]
(materials)
A plastic material used to seal narrow openings in buildings.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

flashing cement

A mixture of bitumen, a solvent, and inorganic reinforcing fibers, such as glass or asbestos fibers; applied with a trowel.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The rumen was full of impacted material consisting of polythene bags, ropes and plastic cement bags etc.
Use plastic cement to glue the clasp paper clip onto the "belt" of your skydiver.
"It has chemicals in it to allow the plastic cement to adhere to a surface and seal the damaged area in an emergency." Some cements can even seal when completely submerged, Laaly adds.
Mix the construction grout in a plastic cement tub ($6).
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n Presence of bags or rags containing dry plastic cement or other solvent at home, in lockers at school or at work
Use plastic cement to glue the paper clip onto the back of your skydiver, as shown in Figure 2.
"On a built-up or modified roof, that five-gallon bucket of plastic cement can solve a lot of problems.
In the old days, you ran over to the hardware store and you bought a bucket of plastic cement asphalt mastic and you smeared it on everything that looked like it might be leaking.