Super glue sticks to everything, which is why it’s so powerful. It dries super quickly due to a chemical reaction, so it’s harder to remove than normal glue. So, we understand the panic if it gets on your clothes by accident, but there’s no need to worry, Ariel has got you covered. Read on to discover what steps you can take if you’re wondering how to remove super glue from your clothes, be it a regular pair of jeans or your favourite white shirt.
6 steps on how to remove super glue from your clothes
If you’ve got super glue on your clothes somehow, don’t rush to the bathroom to wash it off immediately. It’s easier to remove it once it’s dried, so waiting a few minutes can actually help you. Now, let’s see what the actual part of removing super glue from your clothes looks like.
Removing super glue stains
Remove excess super glue from fabric
Take a blunt knife or a spoon and scrape off as much of the glue as possible, while making sure you’re not spreading the glue further. If the glue is has hardened too much, you can soak the garment for approximately 30 minutes to soften it enough to scrape off.
Pre-treatment of the stain
Check if your nail varnish remover has acetone in it, and gently dab it onto the affected piece of material to break the super glue down. Skip this step in case of nylon or polyester clothes, since the acetone may damage them.
Effective stain removal on a variety of stains
Super glue stains are not the only seemingly impossible stains to remove. You can also have trouble with other glue stain removal, as well as general arts and crafts stains like paint stains or clay stains. The good news is, when it comes to stain removal, a powerful detergent, like Ariel can easily help you see outstanding results in the first wash!