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Old 12-25-2007, 03:42 PM   #1
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need help guys, before my wife kills me!! I got a bit of super glue on the formica counter top in the kitchen. I tried finger nail polish remover with no results. What else???? thanks
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need help guys, before my wife kills me!! I got a bit of super glue on the formica counter top in the kitchen. I tried finger nail polish remover with no results. What else???? thanks
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Old 12-25-2007, 05:17 PM   #3
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good luck! Maybe actone but I would bet it takes the finish off first ! razor blade layed down almost flat is about your best bet. your a dead man once your wife finds out! (:-)
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Old 12-25-2007, 05:47 PM   #4
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My solution.... (you aren't going to like it ...but it will work the best! ...)

"Honey, I decided you deserve Corian!...consider it a belated Christmas present"

Merry Christmas..and no need for the thanks!

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Unfortunately, only acetone will dissolve SuperGlue & it will mar the surface of laminate counters. I've had it happen to me. If you take your time, are VERY careful with the use of a razor blade & are EXTREMELY patient, you will be able to get it off with minimal damage.

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thank you all for the info. Hope every one had a great Christmas. corian?? lol, kinda wanted a cheaper solution. I'll try the razor blade, but a friend told me about some super glue remover that can be purchased at wally world or a craft store.
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There is a OTC super glue remover. You must decide if it will harm the counter. What kind of flowers do you prefer?
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Tom Hope your Christmas was Merry, and your new year to be enjoyable... best advise I can give to you on the super glue thing is to "GENTLY BUFF" with a 200 grit paper till the surface matches the consistency of the Top... The Super Glue will bond with the surface in such a way that it will not allow you to remove it..... if its only a small spot, then sand if its a Major oh-sh.. find one of those really nice Tile pot holders.... with a pretty design that you know you wife would like...... then use a bit more of that glue to make it a permanent part of the counter... :-D
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">need help guys, before my wife kills me!! I got a bit of super glue on the formica counter top in the kitchen. I tried finger nail polish remover with no results. What else???? thanks </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

I think I'd gently try the razor blade on the counter.

If that doesn't work try gently applying jewelry on the wife...
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