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Hi Andy and welcome to the forum.
I would agree with the previous comments. I have used many types of glues on cardboard in the past and of them all Woodworking PVA is probably the number one for me. (Resin W for example).
The worst has to be normal UHU, not because it doesn't stick but because of the strings of glue it leaves behind which automatically attach themselves to everything nearby and can ruin a model. I don't like using Impact adhesives either such as Evo Stick etc as these are rather nasty glues for close up modelling work with the risk of breathing in the fumes. As stated, go for PVA. Any overspills or errors can be simply removed with a damp cloth or sponge while the glue is still wet and most of them dry to a transparent finish.
 

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Don't worry Superglue comes unstuck in water at just below boiling point.

Worst glue to humans has to be hot melt glue from a glue gun.... Get some on your hands and..... 'Ouch' it hurts, and then you automatically use your other hand to remove the problem and 'Ouch' that hurts too! as it then sticks to both hands
 
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