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Accidentally dripped crazy glue on my cbr frame... Help?

It's not a lot and it's in a straight line. Is there anything I can do to take it off without taking off the paint?

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Try a little acetone (nail polish remover).

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Don't use acetone. That's going to eat through the paint


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Just scratch it off with your nail or screw driver just don't dig the paint or leave it I'm assuming its prettysmall


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Brake Kleen should dissolve it easy spray let it sit fir a min then wipe off and wash that sport with water





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Goo gone but test a spot first just to be safe...
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Wow! Thanks everyone for the replies! I'll try and get a picture up later as to what it looks like. I was going to try acetone last night, but I was worried about the paint. Which is why I popped on here for advice.

Getting a lot of different responses though. So I'm just trying to figure out who's advice to go with.

@White RepsoL I have some goo gone so I could try that, maybe I could apply it to a non-visible area on the frame first to see what happens.

@Moeman What's Brake Kleen? And where would I pick it up? Have you experienced a similar situation before?

@CK_32 Tried my nail the other night and it's on there pretty good. Worst case scenario I could just leave it I guess (although it would always bug me).
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Auto parts store bro spray can of brake dust cleaner it's strong enough to clean the crazy glue but won't damage the painted surface





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Thanks Moeman. I'll give that a shot!
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Thanks Moeman. I'll give that a shot!
Ask the sales guy behind the counter if they carry crazy glue remover explain to him you want it to clean off a metal surface and see what he suggests but I know brake clean works but wash the area with water when done





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Ask the sales guy behind the counter if they carry crazy glue remover explain to him you want it to clean off a metal surface and see what he suggests but I know brake clean works but wash the area with water when done
Alright will do. And thanks again!
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So Brake kleen does work, but the main ingredient is acetone. With that being said, the paint finish where the glue used to be is slightly duller. If you look hard you can tell where the glue used to be. Still looks better than it used to though and 95% of the glue is gone. And I don't think most people... besides me of course will nit pick quite as much.




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Good job I can not even tell where the crazy glue was you must have had the good stuff cause my generic stuff came right off





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Good job I can not even tell where the crazy glue was you must have had the good stuff cause my generic stuff came right off
Yeah the crazy glue was intense stuff! Like I said I couldn't get all of it. I just left that little drop you see in the pictures. I'd have to scrub at it to make that dot go away, but I'd probably risk messing up the paint around it in the process. Just not worth it. lol.

I was going to hold off and use some very very fine sandpaper etc. to get it off IF I didn't do this, but I think this is just fine am I right?

Thanks again Moeman.
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Yeah the crazy glue was intense stuff! Like I said I couldn't get all of it. I just left that little drop you see in the pictures. I'd have to scrub at it to make that dot go away, but I'd probably risk messing up the paint around it in the process. Just not worth it. lol.

I was going to hold off and use some very very fine sandpaper etc. to get it off IF I didn't do this, but I think this is just fine am I right?

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