Removing Super Glue or similar cyanoacrylate adhesives from fingers begins with a good soak in warm, soapy water. After prying fingers apart, remove the remaining dried-on glue with either water or nail polish remover. More »

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Acetone, a common ingredient in nail polish remover, is good for removing glue from skin, as it breaks down the adhesive bond. Put some acetone nail polish remover on a cotton ball or ear swab, and apply it directly onto... More »

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To remove super glue from eyeglass lenses, cover the glasses in paper towels soaked in water and soap. After several hours, pry off the glue. This six-hour procedure requires a soft towel, paper towels, a large bowl, wat... More »

The proper method for removing Super Glue, or other cyanoacrylate adhesives, depends on the surface from which it is being removed. In many cases, acetone is the solvent to use to break the bond. When the adhesive is on ... 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 »

To remove Super Glue from jeans, apply acetone to the glue, scrub with a toothbrush, and wash the garment as normal. While acetone is not safe for all fabrics, it is fine for 100 percent cotton denim. Acetone is flammabl... More »

To remove unsightly marks on glass, such as those left by stickers, tape or other adhesives, a simple mixture of oil, water and plastic wrap may be effective. For the oil, try baby oil, vegetable oil or orange oil, which... More »

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