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some how my mate has managed to get superglue on my dash and by the switch for headlights
whats best to get the glue off?
 

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Id also like to know the best way to remove superglue, from paintwork and glass?

Sorry to jump in on your thread mate, but thought it would be better than creating a new one :D
 
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thats fine mate ;)
just be nice to know how to remove the basstorrd stuff!
makes my dash look so tacky atm!
 

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Just did a quick search mate, Few suggestions i noticed were;

Bug and tar remover
Nail Varnish remover
Petrol
Sandpaper (Might not be a very good idea on dash?)
WD40
Superglue remover
 
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cheers mate, will give it a go tomorrow i think!
might put back to a dash cleaner on too once done just to make it look cleaner :p
 

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Yeah i think im going to go for the nail varnish remover option lol, Not to sure if itl damage the paint work though.

What do you reckon?
 

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Iv got a small ammount on the roof, Front passenger side corner just next to the roof rack rail.

I glued my glass back onto my mirror, and stupidly put the superglue on the roof whilst holding the glass on for some strange reason :roll: lol

I'l sort something out, Hope you manage to get it off without cuasing too much damage mate haha
 

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Autoglym Intensive Tar Remover
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Why not use superglue remover? It's designed to get rid of superglue, unless you don't want to damage paint but I should think it would be ok, if not that it would be atleast ok for the dash :-s
 
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