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      10-19-2011, 02:41 PM   #1
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Super Glue removal

Any tips on removing super glue?
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      10-19-2011, 03:25 PM   #2
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Might be worth it to try some sort of adhesive remover. 3M has a can of it, can get it in most automotive parts stores. If that doesn't do the trick, maybe something a little more heavy duty (i.e. paint thinner, pure acetone). Usually that stuff works well on removing adhesives. Pure gasoline might work as well. I know roofers use gasoline to remove roofing tar from their hands and stuff when they are working.

Probably a lot more info than you wanted, lol...
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Hahaha nope perfect thank you
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try some sort of adhesive remover. 3M has a can of it, can get it in most automotive parts stores.
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super glue is pretty harsh on most materials. even if you can remove the glue residue, it often damages the material underneath. i've never been able to remove super glue cleanly before.
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