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I need to remove q-bond from my car door

I tried to reattach my car door mirror with Q-bond ultra strong adhesive and filling powder with the result that it run down the car door and cured immediately.I need a recommendation as to was antisolvent or product I can use to remove this.I tried nail polish remover but it is a tiresome process with good result but am scared to continue further in case I damage the paintwork. Someone suggested Benzine but due to not being able to find who manufactures Q-Bond to get their help first I am scared to continue.Please Help!!

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Here is the website:
http://www.qbond.net/pg_1/pg_1.htm

This is a cyanoacrylate--same as Crazy Glue--so if QBond does not have an answer try another manufacturer. But anything that takes that off will probably tave the paint with it.

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Astro pnematic makes a rubber erasure wheel that i think will work without any paint damadge they sell at autobody jobbers for around 11 bucks

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Read the label, there may be instructions there for removing it.

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