How do you remove liquid nails?


You can remove liquid nails by applying mineral spirits or petroleum jelly to the nails and let it sit for several hours. If it does not soften after 24 hours let it sit for three days before removing it using a scraper. You can also use a scraper with a blow dryer while applying constant heat.
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Acetone (found in nail polish removers) will remove nail glue! Cha Cha!
With acetone nail glue remover.
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How to Remove Liquid Nail Glue
Liquid Nails is a proprietary product used to bond various materials to one another. It comes in a variety of formulations -- some latex-based and others based on solvents. When it dries, it is particularly tough to remove, so it is always better to... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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