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Hey guy and gals, I have a pair of GW Plastic Cutters (Plastic Cutters | Games Workshop link of what they look like) any way i have had them for a good amount of time and over that time super glue had become stuck in the area where the cutters rotate i was just wondering if any of you hand any ideas as to how i could get it out to restore my cutters
nail polish remover should soften or put a bit a pressure on it with a object with a small surface area it might crack the glue off
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Yup, nail polish remover will do the trick. It might mess up to plastic a bit though. Leave it to soak in nail polish remover for about 5 minutes and it should turn gummy enough to just pull off.
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Yea and they are metal i just called them plastic cutters because thats what GW calls them. But thanks guys.
Just a tip for those worried about messing up their plastics when removing superglue:
Soak them in rubbing alcohol. Might take awhile depending on the thickness and strength of the glue, but I've yet to see it damage the plastics in any way. Well, besides having them reek of rubbing alcohol fumes for a bit... and removing paint.
Last edited by psichotykwyrm; October 20th, 2009 at 10:57. Reason: notation on paint
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