How to Remove Super Glue from just about anything!
It’s inevitable; if you use a super glue frequently enough you are bound to get it in places you’d rather not, like countertops, fingers, all over the project you’re working on. Super glue typically has a water-like consistency making it prone to run quickly. And, before you know it the instant glue is now cured and will have to be removed. Do a quick Google search and you’ll find that there are a number of entries that give advice on how to remove the glue.
- You can soak the affected object with a water saturated cloth for hours or days. That method takes far too long. And, if the object has adverse reactions to water, this option just won’t be feasible.
- Head to the bathroom and dig out that bottle of nail polish remover. Assuming it is an acetone based polish remover, this will work okay, but will take a number of applications to work entirely. This is a better solution than using water alone, but still not the best solution for removing the super glue quickly, and completely.
- If you want to thoroughly remove super glue from an object, the best choice is our Damn Good Super Glue Remover – Cleaner. This glue remover is stronger than acetone, making it a great solution for removing stubborn super glue off of almost anything.
Damn Good Super Glue Remover – Cleaner is an effective solvent based product that works quickly to remove all forms of cyanoacrylates (super glue, Krazy Glue®, instant glue, etc.).
Damn Good Super Glue Remover – Cleaner is excellent for removing dried super glue from countertops, fingers, glasses, porcelain, brick, vinyl flooring, wood, metal, concrete, and more. For more information about Damn Good Super Glue Remover – Cleaner click here.
How to remove cured super glue
Grab a bottle of Damn Good Super Remover – Cleaner and a cotton ball, or something similar.
Apply the solvent to a cotton ball so that it is wet, but not dripping.
Place the saturated cotton ball on the hardened glue that you want to dissolve. Let the cotton ball sit for 2-3 minutes
After the allotted time, wipe or gently scrape away the glue. If you’re dealing with a fair amount of dried super glue, multiple applications may be necessary.