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How to remove super glue from my lcd monitor I use
for my ps3 ?
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Hi all , I accidentally dropped a few spots of super glue on my ps3 monitor , I have tried aceton and rubbing alcohol and other cleaning products and even WD-40 , but nothing happened and all of the mentioned are useless , any one has good solution for that ? These spots don't affect anything about the display but they are annoying. Any help plz.
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only thing i can think of is something like googone or adhesive remover, put some one and let it sit a bit and try to take it off. Works good at removing glue but i never used it on the actual lcd part if thats where u put it.
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Acetone can actually damage the screen, so try to avoid using it if you can.
A high percentage concentration of Isopropyl Alcohol might work to soften up the glue enough to scrape it off with your fingernail, but you'll need to leave it on the spot for awhile. I suggest using a Q-Tip soaked in 90% Isopropyl Alcohol to avoid exposing the TV screen itself to the alcohol as much as possible. Let it sit there for a minute or two, and then attempt to scrape it off while it's still soft.
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Dang I work in a lab and use all sorts of high powered solvents. Not that that helps you any but I'm really surprised acetone didn't jack up your lcd screen, that stuff cuts through a lot of stuff.
I can't imagine gasoline would work any better. My suggestion is to look at your little vial of super glue that you dripped and call the info line they have printed on it, their tech support will have the best and safest solution.