Well even real stitches have to come off at some time!
I was sort of disappointed when real stitches were taken off when I was a child. I was so looking forward to walking around without the bandages and a Frankenstein look (yes I was an interesting case
You can just pull it apart if you wish to. I doubt you can do too much damage.
But if you have any doubts; you would be better off using acetone (nail polish remover
) as it tends to dissolve just about any glue you would possibly be using.
Here I just ripped it off:EDIT (Acetone usage)
Being correctly warned through SueUpton
that I should not advise people to use Acetone as an agent to remove the glue... I've researched and found countless reliable/serious sites stating acetone for removal of glue. But the BIG finds were those of glue brands such as superglue
, gorilla glue
and miracle glue
advising to use acetone. And commercially available removers tend to have products with up to 86-90 percent acetone in it.
I have also found out that medically acetone is used for pain treatments and orthopedic castings. Thus I can not
reason to rule out the advise.
So was she wrong? Absolutely not!
be very toxic
. And I would appreciate that in her line of business (as I get it she is professional make-up artist
) the constant usage of the product would present serious damage.
Thus as much as I can not rule it out I would feel it correct to state that you SHOULD use it with caution.
There are apparently many alternatives including non-acetone nail polish removers found in pharmacies.
Thank you SueUpton
for the heads-up here.