How to Remove E-6000 Glue?

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E-6000 glue is the kind of adhesive that is used to attach certain materials such as fabrics to each other. To remove it, apply a small amount of acetone, toluene or naphtha using a cotton swab on the glue then scrap it off when it softens.
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