By Dorothy from Dallas
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By Anonymous 07/07/2010
Jessii30, are you sure you were using 'acetone' polish remover? I'll venture to bet it was non-acetone instead because acetone would have removed the nail glue in about two or three minutes.
After spending hours trying to scrape off the glue once dry, and using cotton buds soaked in acetone polish remover I decided to cut a lemon in half and poured salt over one of the halves. I then sqeezed the lemon juice while rubbing it on the areas of the dried glue. It removed most of the glue. :) You may want to repeat this a couple of times as I will be now.
By Anonymous 06/29/2010
Acetone nail polish remover. If you have on nail polish and/or sculptured nails when using it just use q-tips to apply and rub the glue off of your skin.
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I spilled some all over my hand and pants. Any ideas for removing it?
Caution: Eye irritant. Contains cyanoacrylate ester. Bonds skin and eyes in seconds. In event of body or eye contact, flush with water for 15 minutes. Get medical attention for eye or internal contact. Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid contact with clothing, as can cause burn. In case of eye contact, do not use acetone or fingernail polish remover.
It says to flush for 15 minutes if it's on the skin so I would try that. For the clothing stain, nail polish remover might be your best bet. Nail glue is nasty stuff, it dries very quicly. (09/04/2004)
Eye irritant. Bonds skin and eyes on contact. To separate bonded skin, gently peel apart using acetone as a solvent. Vapors irritate eyes and mucous membranes. Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid intentional inhalation. Prolonged inhalation of vapors may be harmful. If glue gets into eye, do not force eyelid open. Flush with water and seek medical attention. In case of mouth, skin, or internal contact, flush with water and seek immediate medical attention.
Avoid spilling on clothing. May bond clothing to skin and cause excessive heat. Glue will bond to furniture and plastics. Do not use if cuticles and nail area are irritated, red, inflamed, or infected or if you are allergic or sensitive to acrylic. Keep away from children.
There may be information on the bottle in very small print as well. They may also have a website address on the bottle where they may have information for stain removal or an email address where you can send them your question. (09/04/2004)
By Dona LaFrance
For the next week I was stuck in my basement in the dark. A single glance of an amber on a cigarett in the dark killed my eye. Eventually my eye started to heal itself after anti inflammatories. I then got sick and tired of my rock hard eye lashes being glued together. I grabbed tweezers and tweezes all the bottom eye lashes.. AT ONCE! couldnt do one by one. They were all stuck together. I tried water, nail polish remover, eye make up remover, nothing helped.
So I reccomend if this happens DO NOT CLOSE YOUR EYE. Hold it open and cry like hell, get to the Emergency Room ASAP, the tears tend to open the glue a bit. Actually, I had no damage to my eye except a tiny scratch on my cornea and extreme redness until healed.
Hears my advice... ALWAYS READ LABELS, you never know when it can happen, and trust me, it happens! (02/22/2007)
By Stacey S
I was putting on fake nails and the nail glue spilled all over my hands and legs. What should I do?
How do you remove nail glue from your skin?
By marchingace from nowhere IL
How do I remove nail glue from countertop and hands?
By Sheila from Bel Air, MD
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