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I had to do this recently with some old flimsy chairs. Secure chair on the side or upside down, if the legs are flimsy maybe secure them as well. Use a sharp wood chisel to remove the chunks. Watch your hands, fingers and wear eye protection. Work chisel between the wood and glue or slice through layers of glue. Once the majority is gone, use a ...


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Epoxy is not a bonding agent; it is a filler. Use something that is called plastic cement, or melt the pieces together. Epoxy only works well for bonding if the surfaces are rough such that the epoxy can fill the voids on each side of the bond. Epoxy's internal strength is high, but it does not attach well to anything, so it can generally be pulled right off ...


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I used Solvo-Plast 11 ( made in Canada) an adhesive remover and WoW ,it cleaned my mess up really well. I had put the gorilla glue on the inside of my Moms handles foer her walker because they were sliding off and dit expanded and came out the opening and dripped all over the place . Worked lickety split and even off my hands although I didn't really ...



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