A Handy Tip For Gorrilla Glue Users

The next time you get black marks on your hands from using gorrilla glue, you don't need to let it "wear off". A little Acetone will remove it completely. Now I'm not recommending that you bathe in the stuff, but knowing that this works might get you out of hot water with the wife the next time you work with gorrilla glue and then she wants to go out to dinner that evening.
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Charley



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It was somewhere outside Barstow when "Charley"

A particularly bad case of getting polyurethane glue on your skin
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Charley wrote:

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NOT a good idea.
Acetone in contact with your skin leads to liver problems.
OTOH, a box of disposable surgical gloves does the job and is low cost.
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dinner
#80 sandpaper works too, follow it with #240 and #600 if the evening includes caressing sensitive/soft areas, like her face, for instance ;-)
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