How do you remove dried Elmer's glue?

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To remove dried Elmer's glue is achievable. Start by rubbing the place where the glue is with a cloth that is soaked in warm water. Gently scrap the glue and rinse the area.
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1. Soak the hand towel in warm water. Gently apply the wet towel to the mirror and wipe the glue spot. The warm water should help soften the Elmer's glue. 2. Check the glue stain
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Generally Elmer's glue can dry in any amount of time from a few minutes to about 8 hours, depending on what you are glue and how much glue you use. If applying liberal amounts, wait
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Judy's on the right track. I prefer a hairdryer or heat gun though. Water can ruin your iron, and if you have a nylon carpet, the iron can quickly ruin that. If you have, or can borrow
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Try nail polish remover. Acetone variety would probably be best. Source(s) Experience.
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