Super glue will retain the paint well, but it will most likely rip the paint away from the model. That's alright since you can re-glue it, but it will almost definitely disturb the surrounding region. Acetone removes paint products, but not all types of paint. It will remove lacquer, for example.
Glues that cure by polymerization or cross-linking work better on painted surfaces because they don't flow out of the joint area. These glues include:
Urea Formaldehyde - Used primarily as an industrial adhesive for wood and metal. The formaldehyde in this glue is what causes it to be flammable.
Polyurethane - This is a popular household glue that is durable and flexible. It dries clear so it's suitable for use on transparent materials like glass and plastic.
Epoxy - This is a hard, heat-resistant glue that is used in industry as well as in craft projects. It is available as a paste and an alcohol solution.
Vinyl Glue - This is used mainly as an industrial adhesive for bonding vinyl signs to buildings. It's very strong and can stick multiple layers of film together.
Carboline Resin - This is used mostly in craft projects to bind materials together.
Super glue is uniquely intended to produce strong bindings on a variety of materials, including metal, ceramic, leather, rubber, vinyl, certain plastics, and many other surfaces. The glue will stick to any dirt on the surface, so properly clean it before gluing and allow it to cure completely. Like all glues, super glue can only bond two objects together that are sufficiently smooth and clean.
An adhesive with more than one type of glue in it can bond several different kinds of material. For example, regular white glue has alcohol and water as its main ingredients, which makes it a wet glue. However, hot-melt adhesive consists of a mixture of plasticizers and resin powders that melt at low temperatures to become liquid adhesives.
People use super glue to fix toys together, attach buttons to clothing, repair clocks, etc. The most common use for super glue is to bind up wounds. First, apply a thin layer of super glue to the wound areas and let it dry. Then, cover the glue with sterile bandages or other dressings. You should never use household adhesive tapes to bind up wounds because they contain chemicals that can harm tissue.
Did you know that super glue is also good for fixing papers together? Just wrap pieces of paper around a pencil or pen and secure them with super glue. The glue will hold the pages in place while you work on another part of your project.
A pipe with paint on it cannot be glued. In fact, all of the paint from the area to be bonded must be removed. Even a tiny quantity might lead to leakage in the bonded joint.
You can only sand down and smooth out any rough edges before gluing again.
You should also wait at least six months after painting a pipe section before bonding it back together. The paint will have time to dry and cure completely before being subjected to another freeze-thaw cycle.
PVC glue is very strong but it's also very brittle. If you try to cut it with a knife, for example, then the glue will break off into small pieces that will fall into the cracks and holes in your flooring. The best way to remove it is with an acid such as methanesulfonic acid or household vinegar. These products will eat through the PVC glue quickly without damaging the wood underneath.
After removing the glue, you need to fill any holes or cracks with filler material before installing your new floor. This process is called "tidying up" and it's very important for making a good first impression on visitors who walk across your floor. They'll be able to see right away if there are any defects so they can avoid them in future visits!