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Old 02-15-2004, 08:49 PM   #1
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What is the best way to get rid of super glue on the skin? I don't have any chemicals in my dorm. Anyone have any ideas? I just have a little bit on my finger.
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Go visit the nearest female and ask to borrow some acetone nailpolish remover. It has to be of the acetone variety (if it says it'* safe for artificial nails, it won't work). Soak you superglued skin in the nailpolish remover and you should be good to go.
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American Pie 2 comes to mind. Paint thinner?
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American Pie 2 comes to mind. Paint thinner?
Yeah, but I'd be concerned if someone was stashing paint thinner in a GVSU dorm hall.
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Art student?
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American Pie 2 comes to mind. Paint thinner?
Yeah, but I'd be concerned if someone was stashing paint thinner in a GVSU dorm hall.

I wouldn't. Strange stuff happens here.

I was gluing my room number sign back up and a little went on my fingers.
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did you get the glue off yet?
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it will of course come off on its own eventually, if your the patient sort and dont like dumping chemicals all over yourself.
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nail polish is your best bet, try margarine if you cant find the acetone.
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did you get the glue off yet?

I used Goo Gone. Citrus seemed to work for me. There are still traces.

Thank you all for being concerned.
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