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Hi do any of you diecast collectors know how to remove krazy glue from a model without destroying the paint.
 
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Hello,

Try to sand as much of the glue out without touching the paint, use a fine sand paper. Then use Tamiya Polishing Compound with a piece of cloth. Goodluck!

Cheers,
Alex
 
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Carrera RS said:
Hello,

Try to sand as much of the glue out without touching the paint, use a fine sand paper. Then use Tamiya Polishing Compound with a piece of cloth. Goodluck!

Cheers,
Alex
Thank you Alex ,but will it have the same effect if after sanding it I use meguiars gold class car wax.
 

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Hi And Welcome to DiecastXchange 1a21a2!
hope you enjoy your time here as much as the rest of us do!! :cheers :cheers

P.S. Have moved your thread here as it's not really 1:18 model specific, more along the general discussion of diecasts :) :cheers :cheers

Krazy glue... isnt that like Super glue?.. if its anything like super glue i dont think there is much of a way to remove it without having to re touch up the paint! or clear. :\.. However if its just like sticky from a sticker it can be removed with some eucalyptus oil and a cloth.. sorry if this isn't any help :\
 
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1a21a2,
hope you enjoy it here

sorry I can't help you with ur problem, I have no Idea :confused
 
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Welcome aboard and glad to have you


Hope you enjoy the forums :cheers

Sorry to hear about the paint :badidea
 
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1a21a2 said:
Carrera RS said:
Hello,

Try to sand as much of the glue out without touching the paint, use a fine sand paper. Then use Tamiya Polishing Compound with a piece of cloth. Goodluck!

Cheers,
Alex
Thank you Alex ,but will it have the same effect if after sanding it I use meguiars gold class car wax.
You're welcome! Try to use any polishing compound, cause you need to even out the paint after you've used the sand paper. If you just sand then wax, you'll still see some scratches. lmk. Goodluck

note: Just rub the cloth *lightly with compound on the car.
Cheers,
Alex
 
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