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  • How to get super glue off your fingers

    So, I craft a lot. And my latest project left several whole fingers covered in super glue on the backside(the rough side) because I'm clumsy and working fast. Okay, fine.I tried this, thinking that maybe the salt would soften or dissolve the super glue. ... well it worked. But the salt didn't remove the superglue by dissolving or softening. Something shortly about me. I have psoriasis which is a genetic illness that means your skin falls off before it's fully done regenerating the skin underneath it. So in times of "outbreak", my hands or whatever else are covered in exposed semi-generated skin in the form of rashes, and my skin is sensitive. And I just roughly exfoliated my hands with kitchen salt and proceeded to rub it into exposed rashes. That was, mildly speaking, not tha...see more »So, I craft a lot. And my latest project left several whole fingers covered in super glue on the backside(the rough side) because I'm clumsy and working fast. Okay, fine.I tried this, thinking that maybe the salt would soften or dissolve the super glue. ... well it worked. But the salt didn't remove the superglue by dissolving or softening. Something shortly about me. I have psoriasis which is a genetic illness that means your skin falls off before it's fully done regenerating the skin underneath it. So in times of "outbreak", my hands or whatever else are covered in exposed semi-generated skin in the form of rashes, and my skin is sensitive. And I just roughly exfoliated my hands with kitchen salt and proceeded to rub it into exposed rashes. That was, mildly speaking, not that fun. So while this works, do not do it if your skin is very irritated or you have cuts or rashes......... unless you can take some pain. On the plus side, my hands look great.

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