Acetone is a solvent for superglue. Many households have acetone in the form of nail polish remover, use in a well ventilated area.
Get superglue debonder.
Moisture causes superglue to dry.
Dr. Harry Coover invented superglue in 1942.
I would not use superglue in an Aquarium. I think there may be something on the superglue containers/tube stating that it is not for use in water.
As the stuff called superglue is only made by properly registered chemical companies most people who want superglue go to the shops and buy it
Yes. Especially if you choose a metal specific superglue.
Superglue is a specific chemical, cyanoacryllate. It is the same in all brands of superglue, and therefore does not react when you mix different brands.
It can be used in an emergency. Surgical glue is a type of superglue.
The Superglue, manufacturers. website recommends Acetone. This is the primary ingredient in nail polish remover. Works well with Q-tip. #Tip; make sure it says remover on the bottle.
Yes it is, I believe the vapour of superglue will stick to the ridges.
that's a way to remove blisters, once you get superglue on it, and peel it off, your blister is gone
Acetone will dissolve Super Glue. You will find acetone in nail polish remover. Read the ingredients, some nail polish removers are acetone free. '''OFF insect repellent will also dissolve Super Glue. Dissolving Super Glue is one thing but getting it out of the lock could be a challenge. '''
Superglue or chains.
You don't. The application of superglue to hair was a very common style choice for the Punk revolution in the Eighties. Typically, those who chose to spike their hair with superglue left it in until it was long enough to cut out. This is perhaps what led to the rise of the crew cut among those who followed Punk styles.