How to remove the glue from the elephant when it is stuck to the skin
If you accidentally get elephant glue (502 glue) on your hands or other areas of your skin during use, you should soak it in warm or ice-cold water until the glue comes off by itself.
Elephant glue is a popular product both in manufacturing facilities and at home due to its convenience and low cost. This product can bond the surface of many different materials such as wood, metal, plastic… Thanks to the compounds containing toluene, methylene chloride or ethyl acetate…
Because of its convenience, many users had difficulty handling this glue when it stuck to their hands and feet, causing skin damage and pain if they didn’t know how to handle it. There are two ways to remove elephant glue from your hand (or any other skin):
– Quickly soak in warm soapy water, then ice until the glue loosens.
– Put your hands in ice water, the glue will lose its stickiness after a few seconds.
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Some issues to be aware of when using 502 elephant glue
The property of the glue is that it dries quickly, so when gluing, it is necessary to carefully align the position to be glued, so as not to cause problems.
Be careful when using small objects because if the glue spreads, they will reduce the aesthetic value of the furniture. According to the instruction manual, you can fix the faucet with glue, and then let the glue flow to the position where it will be fixed.
If there is a gap more than 3mm, you should not apply the glue directly, but insert a tissue or cotton ball to fill the gap, and then pour the glue.