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    how do i get superglue off my fingers?

    gettin on my gorram nerves.
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    Hand Lotion
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    hand lotion?
    HAND LOTION?!

    I don't have any hand lotion.

    of all the times for gf to not be here...

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    great, now the tube stuck to the table.

    I'm gunna go read hitchhikers guide.
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    Nail polish remover or acetone. Don't inhale.
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    Be careful using the bathroom…..
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    Side effects of nail polish remover

    Adrian is right, nail polish remover will do it.

    The reason you don't want to inhale nail polish remover is because it will cause estrogen surges in your body thus leading to radical increases in feminine physical traits. However, should this happen there is an antidote. Go out into your garage and apply an equal amount of paint thinner, which will counteract the effects with sudden increases in testosterone levels in your body, thus turning you back into a man again! Just a minor inconvenience, depending on how you look at it.
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    Nail polish remover or paint stripper is what I always used.

    I used to do a lot of little models.

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    Turpentine, acetone and benzene..it's called the Dip.
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    Id rather leave it there, than dip my finger in ... the "Dip"! :O

    It would come off on its own eventualy.
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    I am afraid Paul is stuck to his computer keyboard.
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    No no, I'm not stuck to anything.

    The damn super glue tube is leaking and stuck to the desk, I cant even be bothered to get it off.

    I think my sweaty fingers seem to removing the glue from them on their own.
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    Superglue removeal

    Medium Scotchbrite pad and Stoko Kresto handsoap(blows away Lava,GoJo,or Snapon gold)
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    I've had the stuf on my fingers before. Your skin cells slough off soon enough, gettng rid of the glue in the process.

    Unless you have to go to the bathroom soon.
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    Do you have a sharp sword handy?
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    might have a few to hand.....what you thinking?
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    Lacking anything else on hand, you could try slightly coarse sand, or baking soda, and just scrub vigorously.

    I avoid using superglue because it never fails that I get it on my hands, every time.
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    It's also SH*T glue. Dries on so brittle it wont hold anything that needs holding unless you've got a LOT of surface area, or you use a pin system.

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    The thing to remember about Super Glue is that it was originally invented for surgical use. If you get a small amount on your skin, leave it alone. It will eventually wear off through exfoliation. Trying to remove it with powerful solvents will only damage your skin and expose you to chemical toxins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ty N. View Post
    The thing to remember about Super Glue is that it was originally invented for surgical use. If you get a small amount on your skin, leave it alone. It will eventually wear off through exfoliation. Trying to remove it with powerful solvents will only damage your skin and expose you to chemical toxins.
    you tell me this AFTER i melt my hand in acid.great.

    I jest. Its all gone now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Cliff View Post
    you tell me this AFTER i melt my hand in acid.great.

    I jest. Its all gone now.
    Along with the upper dermis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B. Stamper View Post
    Along with the upper dermis.
    pshh, i only use my fingers for doing stuff, nothing important...
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