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      My girlfriend had some flooring where the tongue and groove broke and was not flush anymore. I had the bright idea to use super glue. I ordered some watery thin stuff with great capillary action. I drilled a few small holes and put this stuff in. It worked well but some got on her floor. How to get it off without removing finish?

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      Man that's going to be a tough one. The only way I know is to use some type of acetone like nail polish remover, but that would probably ruin the finish. Bump for more ideas.
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      Brother, hard to say. If you use acetone or such it could and probably would damage the floor. Maybe very light scraping taking your time to at least reduce the overspill?
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      Yeah tough one for sure here. Never tried to remove superglue. Hopefully someone can help you figure something out
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      I goofed a bit. It worked for what I wanted but left a bit of a mess

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      Quote Originally Posted by dirtwarrior View Post
      My girlfriend had some flooring where the tongue and groove broke and was not flush anymore. I had the bright idea to use super glue. I ordered some watery thin stuff with great capillary action. I drilled a few small holes and put this stuff in. It worked well but some got on her floor. How to get it off without removing finish?
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