Removing epoxy glue is not easy, but it can be done. If the glue is uncured, it can be cleaned off with alcohol or acetone. However, once the epoxy has dried, it will be much harder to remove and a heat gun will be requi... More »

White glue can usually be dissolved by rubbing it with cold water. Different types of adhesive are commonly referred to as glue, and they are dissolved by different substances. More »

A common method of dissolving wood glue involves applying a paper towel dripping with white vinegar onto the desired area and allowing it to sit for 15 minutes. Eventually, though sometimes over the course of many applic... More »

Uncured epoxy is removed by scraping off as much of the spilled epoxy as possible and then removing any epoxy residue by wiping it from a surface with a rag dampened with rubbing alcohol. Remove cured epoxy by heating it... More »

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Use a mastic or adhesive remover as a solvent to remove carpet glue. Heat is another option for the removal of glue remnants without resorting to toxic solvents. More »

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To remove Super Glue, apply a nail polish remover that contains acetone to the glue, and let it sit for five minutes. Loosen the glue with a soft brush or a plastic scrubbing pad. Repeat as necessary. Remove the nail pol... More »

While it is better to attempt to remove Elmer's glue from carpeting while it is still wet, there are a few different ways the glue may be removed. Dabbing the glue with a paper towel moist with water or vinegar may often... More »