How to Remove Mighty Bond from Skin

  posted by: Rio Dianne

 

 

removing mighty bond off skinAt some point in our lives we’ve experienced having our skin stuck with Mighty Bond. Whether it accidentally happened or you chose to stick it on your skin intentionally, the experience may give you a little discomfort as it may hurt when stuck on the skin’s hair. Mighty bond is just among the many adhesives instant glue alongside Krazy Glue and Super Glue that’s widely available in the market to help us get things fixed. The adhesives are otherwise known as cyanoacrylate, and if you’re looking for ways on how to remove mighty bond on your skin, then it’s perfect as we’re going to give you tips on how to get rid of it. Here’s how.

How to Get Rid of Mighty Bond from your Skin

Although some say that you try to peel the glue of your skin, try not to do so or you might end up ripping the skin and causing wounds. Instead, you may try the following:

  1. Wash off the affected area with soap and warm water and see if the adhesive can be removed.
  2. If not, you can soften the mighty bond with a nail polish remover to perfectly break down the bond.
  3. Another way is to soak your hands or rub a mixture of vinegar, soap, and warm water on the body part, say the face, to soften the glue. Rub it carefully and wait for it as it peels off.
  4. Once you’ve taken the glue off the skin, wash your hands with warm water and soap.

That is how to remove Mighty Bond from skin. However, when it’s still stuck despite the tips we’ve given, maybe you need to ask a little medical attention to help you with it.

On the other hand, never try to use nail polish remover or acetone on plastic, clothes, and glass since it may cause a yellowish discoloration. Instead, a mild laundry liquid detergent will help. Finally, there is also an array of widely available products to work as a de-bonding product. Good luck!

 

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3 Responses

Rich Says:October 17th, 2015 at 5:14 pm

Had a can of the dap super adhesive that someone didn’t clear out the end after last used. Absolutely no choice but to get it cleared for a somewhat emergency use, so I used a nail to try to clear it, then, pffft pop, there it went lol held my hand over it as the aerosol started forcing it out non stop (again, was a must use situation) ran through the house and outside, used more than I needed lol, tossed it to the ground…spent the next 30 minutes trying to clean it off while being aware “Not to let my fingers touch”!!! Boy, does that stuff get tacky fast!! Acetone, fingernail polish remover, soap didn’t help, so I covered my hands in Vaseline and the emergency was over (smh) gradually peeled off over time. Been along time since I’ve felt like an idiot in the aftermath of a project (Got the job done tho lol)

Denz Says:October 23rd, 2011 at 6:08 am

Oh my gosh, why did you do it?

Scared Says:October 22nd, 2011 at 11:43 pm

I super glued my cock to my ass. PLEASE HEEEELLPP!!!

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