Anyone know a good way to get superglue off of my paint with minimal damage? Dont ask why, longggg story.
Right, Goo Gone will not work on Super Glue.All I can say is that goo gone will definitely not work on superglue. If I were you I'd use a combination of carefully sanding it, and then use some VERY dilute acetone on a cloth and rub it slowly. After that, get some really high quality wax and go over the area a couple times. Good luck man. You inspired me to get my sap drips off my car this week. Lucky for me, goo gone will work on sap =)
Alcohol will not remove superglue.Go to your local Walmart or CVS or almost any store with a medicine aisle and buy some 91% isopropyl alcohol. It's extremely cheap and does a great job at removing things like sap and, in your case, super glue. Put a good amount on a nice microfiber towel (so you don't scratch the paint) and wipe away. You can pre-treat the glue by putting some of the alcohol directly on the glue if you're having a tough time getting it off. Don't use acetone or paint thinner, that is just idiotic. If something was etched that deeply into the clear coat then the surface would have to be wetsanded.
PS- If you have any wax or sealant on your car the alcohol will remove it, so you would have to reapply it.
I would not recommend using heat. That might cause the bonding between the clear coat and glue to strengthen.I think heat will work the best. Heat it up with a heat gun or a hair dryer and wipe it of with a dry cloth. Just keep going at it until it's off.
I had thought about deluding some Acetone in water but i don't know how well it would work and if it would still ruin the paint.