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Stain Buster — Superglue

Super glue

Fabric

If possible, gently scrape off excess superglue. Place fabric face down and sponge with nail polish remover (warning: do not use on fabrics containing acetate or triacetate as it will melt them). Turn the fabric face up and sponge again with nail polish remover. Rinse well. Repeat the sponging and rinsing on both sides until you have removed as much superglue as possible. Treat with a prewash stain remover and then wash as usual.

 

Upholstery

Carefully blot up excess superglue. Using an eyedropper, apply a small amount of nail polish remover to the stain. Blot immediately and repeat to remove as much glue as possible. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with a dry-cleaning solvent. Blot until the solvent is absorbed. If the stain remains, use an eyedropper to apply hydrogen peroxide directly onto  the stain. Blot dry.

 

Carpet

Carefully blot up excess superglue. Using an eyedropper, apply a small amount of nail polish remover to the stain. Blot immediately. Repeat this process until no more stain is removed. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with a dry-cleaning solvent and blot until the solvent is absorbed. If the stain remains, use an eyedropper to apply hydrogen peroxide directly on the stain. Blot dry.

 

 


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