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    Dissolving Glue???

    Is there anything that can safely dissolve the super glue off of either a plastic, and or metal, figure? Something I can deep them in that will basically make them fall apart?

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    Try putting it in the freezer, or in a pan of boiiling water to weaken it.
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    Isn't nail polish remover (so long as it has acetone in it) good at taking superglue off metal models?

    I'm not sure about plastic; the acetone would probably just eat that. It might work for metal parts, though.
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