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zach3
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Saint Louis, MO
reply to Jan Janowski

Re: OK --- Now that I have it on my hands.... How to get it off?

Acetone will take it right off.



sempergoofy
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Smyrna, GA

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Acetone used to be (and perhaps may still be, I dunno) a primary ingredient of finger nail polish remover.
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AMDUSER
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It still is [based on a Google search], is is also in paint thinner as well.



Jan Janowski

join:2000-06-18
Skokie, IL

My use of Paint Thinner just helped to spread it around, it didn't remove any of it...

said by AMDUSER:

It still is [based on a Google search], is is also in paint thinner as well.


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The correct answer has already been given several times - it's acetone.
It's cheap and available at almost any hardware store or beauty supply store. I'll bet your wife already has some. A lot of nail polish remover has acetone in it still.
I just looked at my wife's, and it says "100% Acetone".

I have a can on the shelf from Home Depot specifically for cleaning up spray foam "incidents". It was $5.00.
Her bottle from Sally Beauty was $1.59 (The same amount I got from HD for $5.00!!!).
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