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Dropped a glob of Gorilla Glue on laminate flooring. Dried. Haven't tried to remove it yet.

The "normal" response would be to use acetone which is a solvent for gorilla glue (or super glue), but acetone will dissolve the material used to laminate the floor and cause it to become cloudy. I've had success scraping globs of glue off with a fingernail. Better yet, try putting an ice cube over the spot of glue until it gets brittle, and you should be able to scrape it off. Hope this works! Good luck!

Apr 24, 2015 | Building Materials

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Remove crazy glue from glass

Crazy glue crystallizes when in cures; when it sticks on glass it can be scrapped with a sugar edge razor, or other sharp edge object.

Mar 08, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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How to remove pressed wood flooring that has been glues down?

Brenda, Have you tried heat.
It works for mobile phone glass screens that are glued down. Try a hair dryer it may not be hot enough worth a try. You may need a heat gun that they use for stripping paint but it may set the flooring on fire so be very careful.
I looked at another web site and steam was suggested. Maybe you could try using a wall paper removing device. You may be able to hire one from a hardware shop. The ones that steam the wall paper off walls.
You may just need to use boiling water in those drilled holes.

Note Water would only work if the glue used was water soluble.
if the glue is Polyurethane Glue then Acetone or denatured alcohol will dissolve the glue.

Jan 27, 2015 | Building Materials

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How to remove crazy glue

There is no way to remove it, other than file it down or scrape it off.

Dec 06, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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Broken key in ignition of 1995 nissan 200sx...Any helpful tips on removal? Im using dental tool picks and anything else small enough to fit...

I use crazy glue and some patient and work fine. Put a little on the other side of the broken key, push back into ignition and hold for a couple of minutes until dry, when removing pull fast, if fail try again. I have a Sprinter and the keys are prone to breaking already happen twice and both time I got it out with crazy glue.

Oct 18, 2013 | Nissan 200SX Cars & Trucks

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What solvent will remove crazy glue from sktn

Acetone or ordinary nail polish. See here.

Mar 06, 2013 | Car Audio & Video

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I would try either:
a) a razor blade and hot soapy water
b) acetone (nail polish remover)
c) if there is alot of it and neither of the previous 2 solutions worked, you can buy superglue solvent

Dec 14, 2012 | Elmer's Instant Krazy Glue

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How do I remove crazy glue from control panel? The cover over the plus control(to raise oven temperature) was coming off so I thought I would glue it back on! Bad idea that control remains...

Not to much can repair / remove the crazy type glues once they are applied to plastics and plastic overlays. Some people attemp to use these not knowing that some types of plastic will not bond. most of the solvents that can desolve the glues will also damage the panels.

Mar 27, 2012 | GE Microwave Ovens

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I have a car DVD player with two screens, model Nexxtech 1610311. We had a problem with the player (it did not want to locate the DVD movie menu) and when I opened it, I noticed that a small gear that...

If you have all the pieces of the gear, I would honestly give Crazy Glue a try.
I have found though , believe it or not, that if the gear is nylon, as most of them are, that the glue in a Pool Repair Kit (about $8 to $17 in most hardware stores) works better than crazy glue because it actually fuses the nylon to itself rather than the acrolate bond that Krazy Glue or generic cyanoacrylate makes.
Use the thinnest layer of this stuff possible, and shave off any excess after it's fully cured (about 24 Hrs)
A straightened paperclip is good for clearing excess from inside the hole of the gear.

Mar 12, 2011 | Car Audio & Video

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How to heat gun

When you remove old carpet from a room, you will most likely be left with remnants of glued-down backing on the floor. Getting the tile back to it's original smooth appearance can be a tedious task. You will need to make sure that you have a lot of patience and a lot of elbow grease. Start removing the glue by scraping the tile with a heavy-duty wallpaper scraper or a long-handled scraper. Do a quick sweep of the floor. Plug in your heat gun. Once it is heated up, you will want to place it at a forty-five degree angle to the floor and direct the heat on the remaining carpet backing. The carpet backing will loosen considerably as the glue begins to dissolve. The carpet backing will loosen considerably as the glue begins to dissolve. Use the wallpaper scraper to remove the loosened backing. Work in small sections. Once you have removed the carpet backing from the tile, wash the area with warm water and soap to ensure all of the glue and backing are removed. Continue until the entire tile floor is free of carpet backing.

Aug 27, 2008 | B O X Packaging Two Temperature Heat Gun

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