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Old 08-07-2018, 12:50 PM   #1
Ben Shaffer
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Default removing Krazy Glue Drip s

'm likely going to buy a Used Composite Bliss 320 Clarinet ( The Clarinet was my first Instrument. The previous Owner tried to Krazy Glue a loose Thumb Rest and in so doing the Glue dripped some on the body of the Clarinet. I don't know how much as I have not seen any pictures. Quick question to remove the drips can I use Acetone, or a milder Solvent Nitromethane?....or just leave it alone?
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Old 08-07-2018, 01:27 PM   #2
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'm likely going to buy a Used Composite Bliss 320 Clarinet ( The Clarinet was my first Instrument. The previous Owner tried to Krazy Glue a loose Thumb Rest and in so doing the Glue dripped some on the body of the Clarinet. I don't know how much as I have not seen any pictures. Quick question to remove the drips can I use Acetone, or a milder Solvent Nitromethane?....or just leave it alone?
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Ben Shaffer
GSO,NC
Acetone will definitely remove crazy glue. I haven't tried nitromethane, tho it should definitely be an effective solvent for cyanoacrylates.
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Old 08-07-2018, 01:28 PM   #3
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'm likely going to buy a Used Composite Bliss 320 Clarinet ( The Clarinet was my first Instrument. The previous Owner tried to Krazy Glue a loose Thumb Rest and in so doing the Glue dripped some on the body of the Clarinet. I don't know how much as I have not seen any pictures. Quick question to remove the drips can I use Acetone, or a milder Solvent Nitromethane?....or just leave it alone?
Thanks!
Ben Shaffer
GSO,NC
There is a Goof Off readily available product annotated specifically for crazy glue removal. Id probably use masking tape and a Q tip.
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