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You can remove glue marks with acetone. Wipe the glue marks using a cloth with pure acetone or acetone for nail polish. Rub until the glue marks are gone.


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From the FAQ on the Gorilla Glue website: To remove uncured Gorilla Super Glue, use a towel dampened with acetone or isopropyl alcohol to blot the area. Several applications may be necessary to completely remove the uncured glue. For removal of cured Gorilla Super Glue from the surface of your project, soak bonded area with warm soapy water or acetone. ...


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I found using car wax was a great way to get concrete to release from plastic buckets, I wiped it in the buckets and made the rounds with the patterns my wife asked for. A couple of days later I turned the buckets over and most of the pieces slid right out, the couple that had to be thumped got another coat of wax, this held up for 3 pours and that was all ...


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The guys that taught me volume concrete work just used diesel and water, or a light machine oil with a pump sprayer. I certainly agree that the bucket will expand into a non-cylinder when you fill it, and sticking is not going to be the problem. Unless you need to have the inside form exactly matching the bucket, maybe you should remove the inner bucket ...


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Liquid sprays that don't dry wouldn't survive the initial pour. Using solid vegetable shortening on the sides should make it stay there, otherwise you could use a liquid or solid wax that dries to a film. Something that they use on cars maybe? Regular 5 gallon buckets have mostly parallel sides, so any bulging will make the concrete wider than the top and ...


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A simple solution I used once was a layer of cling film... But you have to get it smooth... Any imperfections may show.


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We can't make specific product recommendations here, but you need to do a search for what's generically called "concrete release agent". It's usually a silicone based spray, but there are various types.


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When you squeeze a tube or bottle you are increasing the pressure on the inside of the container, and the material inside the tube is forced out. For thicker materials like glue or sealant, it takes some time and more pressure to make its way out of the tube. For plastic bottles and tubes, when you release pressure with your hand, the container springs ...


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