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CA glue

August 6 2015 at 10:37 AM
Oliver van Hettinga  (Login olkani2)
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Hi
I have a problem and maybe someone here has a hint happy.gif
I have several stains of CA glue on my Stg III fenders cause I have removed some PE stuff. wink.gif
Is there a trick to remove this glue stains?
The problem is taht the glue is "in" the dots of the anti slip plates.wink.gif
Is there perhaps a wonder medium which unfix CA glue?


Cheers Oliver

 
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Tim Rupnow
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CA Debonder

August 6 2015, 1:47 PM 

Hi Oliver,

Try some "CA Debonder" and a small cotton-swab or cheap short-bristled brush. Should clean up your glue residue with little light scrubbing and wiping with a clean cloth. There are various manufacturers and it should be carried by most hobby shops.

Word of warning : Try a little on an unnoticable area of the plastic. Debonder can react stronly to some older kinds of plastic. I use it as a plastic welder for the horrible old Trumpeter kits.


Hope this helps,


Tim

 
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Andrew Tomlinson
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Use Nail Varnish Remover too..

August 6 2015, 5:13 PM 

Hi
Cheaper, same stuff AFAIK.


Cheers
Andrew

 
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Jan Levine
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Re: CA glue

January 23 2016, 11:38 AM 

The active ingredient in any cyanoacrylate debonder is acetone. Nail polish remover comes in two types, and only one has acetone. Acetone is just about guaranteed to remove almost any kind of paint.

 
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