Remove Super Glue Stain on wood flooring


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Old 04-16-22, 04:46 PM
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Remove Super Glue Stain on wood flooring

I donít feel any residue or film or anything but nearly positive itís either super glue or gorilla glue. I tried rubbing alcohol, vinegar, and a generic cleaner but no change.


 
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Old 04-16-22, 05:19 PM
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Acetone is the solvent for super glue but I have no idea what it would do to the finish of your floor. You may have to either learn to live with it or refinish the floor.
 
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Acetone is only option besides refinish?
 
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You might try mineral spirits and elbow grease. If you can get it acceptable the odds are you'll end up with a dull spot. Wax might make the dull spot less noticeable.
 
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Is Goo Gone worth trying? A quick Google indicates it won't damage hardwood floors.
 
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Goo Gone shouldn't hurt the poly so it could be worth trying. Not sure if it would be effective or not.
 
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Old 04-19-22, 06:44 AM
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Before you try anything in the middle of the floor, try it in a closet or somewhere where it won't be obvious first.
 
 

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