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Re: crazy glue (ayospinoy)

Have you tried scraping it off, preferably with a finger nail or one of those
ceramics putty knives that are extremely flexible and thin? If it were me with this
problem I would try that first and then maybe try to VERY lightly buff it out with #0000 steel wool. but test the wool in a spot you can't see first. I would be apprehensive to use any product on it.....just my opinion
 

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Re: crazy glue (ayospinoy)

Go to a hobby shop and ask for super glue solvent. As the instructions often say, test it on an inconspicuous area first.
 

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Re: crazy glue (DR VW)

Do you know what kind of crazy glue is it? It will be easier to find the super glue solvent if you know the name, other brand solvent might not work on it.
 

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Re: crazy glue (ayospinoy)

Acetone is the solvent to use with most "super" or "crazy" glues. If you can't find straight acetone, buy some cheap nail polish remover, the newer and better brands no longer contain acetone. Some nail polish removers contain conditioners for the nails so you will want to clean off any residue. As with any cleaner or solvent, test it first before poring it all over your dash.
 

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Re: crazy glue (Tom Foolery)

i really appreciate all the replies and i got it all taken care off now !!
thanks everyone !!
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