Now ya done it. You've piqued my interest AGAIN.
If'n ya were to attempt to do it, what do you think would be the best approach, to apply the superglue? I have used all of the forms of the cyanoacrylates over the last 30 years, in my other hobbies. I am keenly aware of how thin and how fast the 'thin' S/G's run. I can not picture wiping or using a paint brush to apply. I don't know whether I'd use the accelerator on the first coat, only because when it hits that S/G, it will set up RIGHT NOW. I think I'd wait until it had thoroughly penetrated as deeply as possible. Yes, I too have used the baking soda/water mix, but I think That the regular accelerator works better. And I know that I would certainly have a bottle of Debonder close at hand(pun intended). I did manage to glue two of my fingers together, putting an assembly together a few years ago. I have never had any kind of finish that did not adhere well to it, so it should work well in this application.