So in this day and age, more and more new types of glues are coming out promising to not only to bond better, but also to dry in seconds, like my favorite Super Glue (Cyanoacrylate). Don't get me wrong these glues are anyone's best friend, but what happens when they come in contact with skin, or other body parts. Well you might just wind up with your fingers stuck together.
And what about paints, stains, and lacquer, many offer similar advertisements such as, fast drying, and adhesion guarantee. Well what happens when they come in contact with your skin. Exactly what they are meant to.
In this Instructable I will explain how to only using common in the house easily, quickly, and cheaply remove glue residue, unstick fingers, clean off paint, make stain and lacquer disappear from skin.
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Step 1: Materials Needed
1. Skew driver with hexagonal bit no thicker than 1/8 inch.
2. Goo Gone (THIS STUFF IS AMAZING)
3. Course sand paper (I preferred a sanding block)
4. Fine sand paper (I use a 3m superfine sanding sponge)
5. A sink
6. Soap and Water
Step 2: Glue and Paint
Knowing how to remove different glues is an invaluable knowledge. Anyone who has ever used any type of glue knows how difficult and annoying it can be to remove glue from body parts.
You will notice that nearly all of this Instructable requires Goo Gone, that is simply because it is the most effective method for removing sticky substances. It is simply amazing watching how effective it is at removing these substances. Especially heavy thick stain that is simply impossible to remove any other way.
This will work for gorilla glue, most wood glue, and epoxies.
This will also work with most stains, spray paint, and most lacquers.
Step 3: Removing the Different Substances.
Take the Goo Gone and spray the affected area. Rub sticky with a paper towel that is wet with Goo Gone. Continue washing with generous amount of goo gone until back to normal. Most areas can be fixed in under a minute.
Use caution not to reply over any cuts, open wounds, or bruises.
Now if you feel the area, you can see that it is very oily and smells weird. To get rid of this wash hands with soap and water FOR AT LEAST 4 MINUTES. Goo Gone contains harmful ingredients, and is toxic if consumed.
Step 4: How to Unstick Fingers
I love Super Glue (Cyanoacrylate) it is undoubtably my most used tool in my workshop, it is good for metal, wood, fiberglass, plastic, silicon, AND FINGERS. Anyone on this planet knows how easy it is to get your fingers stuck together. First, you see a dab of undried superglue, then decide to touch it, and next thing you know, your fingers are stuck together. This is an easy simple method of removing superglue using only sandpaper (course and fine) a screw driver, and soap and water.
Take your screw driver and place it between the stuck fingers, as shown in the picture.
Next slowly spin the hexagonal part of your screwdriver in between your fingers gently pulling through the stuck part. Continue doing this until your fingers are separated.
Once your fingers are separated, slowly sand each finger moving from course to fine removing all left over residue.
Last, wash hands thoroughly until area returns back to normal.
Step 5: WARNINGS
Goo Gone is a dangerous and harmful chemical that is toxic if consumed. Please follow all warnings on the label.
Using sand paper can be dangerous if over used. Do not continue using if you experience any pain or discomfort. If used properly, all you will feel is a little friction on your fingers.
I am not responsibly for any injuries that happen because of this Instructable.
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