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Well, I'm not sure if this is the place but I know this is where the modellers go so...
I've just had an accident that involved my clothes and superglue
I splashed it all over the new pants(it's super-gel for me from here on) and I wonder if anyone knows a way to get the stain of without ruining the clothes?
I know it's a longshot but if you know, please let me know.
im afraid that youre out of luck. the very reason we use superglue gel is working against you especially when you apply it to cloth. fingers teeth not a problem but cloth no chance mate.
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Probably the most luck you're going to have is filing as much superglue off the clothes as you can, but be careful not to go too far - now that the clothes are solid, you could file through by accident. But there's not much else than that - i spilt a tiny bit of superglue on my jeans a few years, and after 50+ washes it's still not come out, and it's also cracked as the cloth becomes brittle.
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Don't wear nice clothes when you paint any how :-P
wear the old crap clothes that already have 20 holes in them and are falling off your body ^_^
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Or you could paint naked.
...I just work around the dried paint, and then pick out the chunks... it usually works, and the rest comes out in the wash...
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Ya but that could get ugly for reasons undisclosed. I'm not going to go there and none of you are eitherOriginally Posted by Captain Strong
I think I'd rather get superglue on a $500 pair of Evisu's than on... well... yeah.Originally Posted by Captain Strong
What you'll need is plenty of water and an emery board simply file it down while keeping the area wet it should hopefully remove the worst for it.
As for painting and modeling naked im sure you are all aware that super glue was devoloped during the vietnam war to be used to close wounds on the battlefield, (hence why it bonds skin in seconds) using it while naked could cause you problems espically if you accidently glue parts of your anatomy to household objects not to mention the looks that you will get when you turn up at A&E with said objects stuck to you.
On B&C there was once a story.. a man painting naked, a bottle of superglue and a furry cat next to his leg. It didn't end up too pretty for him, especially when he's been trying to cut off the cat's fur to release the animal and instead hurt himself in... uh, you know. The ambulance crew were pretty sure it was some really freaky suicide attempt.