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Old 06-14-2005, 11:41 PM   #1
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how do i take dry superglue off my fingers i tried nail polish remover but my sister has the one thats acetone fre so thats no good, what do i ned to use .
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how do i take dry superglue off my fingers i tried nail polish remover but my sister has the one thats acetone fre so thats no good, what do i ned to use .
I use superglue for my fingers when bowling all the time....just use your teeth.
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Old 06-14-2005, 11:46 PM   #3
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I use superglue for my fingers when bowling all the time....just use your teeth.
im using my teeth but i neeed a faster method.
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A knife.

Acetone works but short of that just wearing it off.

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how long will it take to come off on its own
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Old 06-14-2005, 11:57 PM   #6
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Depends. If our hands are all callused up then probably not long, if you got girlie hands then who knows.

In other words, depends on how hard you use your hands.

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my hands are not girlie but they are not really that ****ed up.
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Old 06-14-2005, 11:59 PM   #8
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Well, then it shouldn't take long.

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ahh **** it then i will let it come off on its own
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A day or three maybe.

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are your fingers stuck together or do you just have superglue on your hands?
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A razor blade will work wonders.
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Toluene, MEK and Gasoline will take it off also the stuff I think is called goo will do it.
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^goo remover
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just use gasoline, that gets everything off
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Brake Fluid will do the trick
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Toluene, MEK and Gasoline will take it off also the stuff I think is called goo will do it.
also a few layers of skin as well.
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Old 06-15-2005, 09:03 AM   #19
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MEk is bad stuff. Long term expsoure will mess you up.

I'd avoid it if I could. Of course I am a little paranoid because I spent two years in a paint shop eating, breathing and bathing in the stuff and it took me about three years to recover from it fully.

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MEk is bad stuff. Long term expsoure will mess you up.

I'd avoid it if I could. Of course I am a little paranoid because I spent two years in a paint shop eating, breathing and bathing in the stuff and it took me about three years to recover from it fully.

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There is a minimal risk to exposure to MEk if you are just using it to remove Superglue on your fingers!!!!

But you are correct when I was in the AirForce we would be all in that in the 70's and early 80's and now people are coming up with all sorts of internal organ failure. But exposure to gasoline is nearly as dangerous.

If you are worried about MEK there is always MIBK and Naphtha
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Toluene, MEK and Gasoline will take it off also the stuff I think is called goo will do it.
my MEk ran outi, use it when ihave to do fiberglass work cause i get that **** on my fingers, but in the morning i tried gas and it worked
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I always just used a razor.
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Toluene, MEK and Gasoline will take it off also the stuff I think is called goo will do it.
i wouldnt use MEK that **** will burn your hands bad. we sell MEK at work, and that stuff is mean.

i would try paint thinner or a product called oops (also know as goof-off)
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just poor some gasoline on it and light it with a match it will cut right though it. (no really dont do that)
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