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Help Super glue on gun stock

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Bill Roberts, May 7, 2011.

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  1. Bill Roberts

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    Got super glue on the wifes gun stock, any ideas how to get
    It off? Thx Bill
     
  2. twotimer

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    Acetone is a solvent for super glue. Test it first and make sure it doesn't take anything else off. Mike
     
  3. Dickgshot

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    cyanoacrylate may not be entirely waterproof but neither is it water soluble.
    Hobby shops sell a remover that is acetone based and works better than pure aceone or nail polish remover.

    The bottom line is that nothing works that great. Work gingerly because in trying to get it off, it's very easy to make your stock look worse.
     
  4. Bill Roberts

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    Oh yeah! Got no butt left
     
  5. Twinbirds

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    sand lightly very controlled light sanding 1500 grit and remember it is your butt you are saving
     
  6. ultramag338

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    Well I just have no words. HAHAHA hope it came off.
     
  7. Big Dave

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    If you haven't gotten it off or ruined the finish yet, WET sand it with 2000 grit wet/dry paper, then polish it with a compound that says its ok to use on clear coat finishes. Follow that with a couple coats of wax and you will never know it was there
     
  8. CalvinMD

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    swipe a few of her fingernail buff boards...they are the greatest...tape around the glue border as close as you can and work the lump down,..then wax like Dave mentioned
     
  9. W.P.T.

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    Go to a bowling Pro shop and get a pad of Abralon in 4000 grit, use it wet and polish when done ... Go very lightly ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  10. CalvinMD

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    WPT..never heard of that stuff...what do the bowlers us it for..buffing the ball for improved traction or less slippage
     
  11. W.P.T.

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    Calvin,

    Yes, is comes in different grits from 220, 360, 500, 1000,2000,4000 and is used to resurface bowling balls and to do fine furniture and cabinets ... We started using it on classic cars around here and you won't believe the finish you get when you prep it right with this Abralon ... You can find it on Ebay if you want to get some to have on hand (just search Abralon) ... I buy it sometimes 50 boxes of 20 pads (all different grits) each and then deal with the Pro Shops in the area, that way we get a better price ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
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    What Big Dave said.
     
  13. wayneo

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    Super-Glue does not work well below 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Maybe put some ice cubes on it?

    Wayne
     
  14. Bill Roberts

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    I will try a few of these ideas. Thank you friends
     
  15. CalvinMD

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    Thanks WPT...going to get some to do fine touch up on my C4....Hey Bill...are you in any way related to Brushy Billy Roberts???
     
  16. Bill Roberts

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    I don't think so! Who is he?
     
  17. CalvinMD

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    look him up...alledged to be the late life alias of William H Bonney...AKA Billy the Kid
     
  18. Bill Roberts

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    Your right I Did here that!
     
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