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Copper sink crisis

Posted by LMM170 (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 12, 13 at 6:15

Oh my... My husband decided to do a project involving super glue. He managed to drip some inside our copper sink. I can't get it off the bottom of the sink. Any ideas?

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RE: Copper sink crisis

Acetone...or the old-fashioned nail polish remover which contains acetone will remove super glue.

RE: Copper sink crisis

When it dries it's generally quite brittle - a razor blade might get it up quickly.

RE: Copper sink crisis

Really hot water might release it also. I like circus's idea with the razor blade.

Is your DH alive or on a wanted poster right now! It is fixable, so hopefully you can forgive him :-)

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