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I'm thinking about buying some vehicles and other minis from my friend. THe only problem is that his predator has a Lasconon on top, while I wanted the Autocanon. This might be true for his dreadnaughts too, but im not sure. My question is: Is there any way to lossen or remove super glue with out ruining the plastic? Thanks for your help. Sorry if this is the wroung place, but it seems like the most appropriate sub forum for it. :hmm:
Hmmm....you can risk geting it off with force, but might break the hull, IMO you should strip it with nail polish remover and re-paint it yourself, the remover weakens the glue bonds so should come apart easily.
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i assume you can get this in america....
in britain i have seen superglue remover, it weaken the bond so that it can be pulled apart, i have never seen it tested though.
Originally posted by Baharroth@Dec 11 2004, 152
Hmmm....you can risk geting it off with force, but might break the hull, IMO you should strip it with nail polish remover and re-paint it yourself, the remover weakens the glue bonds so should come apart easily.[snapback]272643[/snapback]
NAIL POLISH REMOVER?!!!!
no... it will burn your plastic.. like i shall burn heretics.. hah
use oven cleaner
its cheap and effective... but make sure you do not breath the fumes.... for it burns... your lungs eheh
leave fore like 1 -2 hours, then scrub-a-dub