#1
Hey UG,

I wanna re-do the velcro work on two of my pedals. I just glued regular non stick velcro on them with super glue and when I try and take them off of the pedal board the velcro peals off at the corners since I couldn't spread the glue even enough.

Now I've bought some strips of sticky velcro.

Is it safe to remove super glue from the pedals using white spirit? (It's a DigiTech Whammy and an Artec Wah both have an all metal casing)
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#2
Fingernail polish remover works pretty good for removing super glue.
#3
And if acetone doesn't work, many superglue brands have solvent-based debonders. Most superglues are cyanocrylate-based, so in most cases, any debonder will work. Try what sstony said first though, it's much cheaper.
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#4
Dilute some nailpolish remover with water, get a cheap tooth brush, and scrub. Leave the pedals to dry for a good while before using them again though.
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Dilute some nailpolish remover with water, get a cheap tooth brush, and scrub. Leave the pedals to dry for a good while before using them again though.


I'd have to go out and buy nail polish remover though, I have some white spirit at home, can I just dilute that ?
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#6
Why don´t you just try and see what happens, since you´re not listening to what everyone else said.
#7
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I'd have to go out and buy nail polish remover though, I have some white spirit at home, can I just dilute that ?


You probably could, though I personally wouldn't feel safe using white spirit on electronics.