How to Effectively Remove Unwanted CA Glue?

Removing unwanted CA (cyanoacrylate) glue from a variety of surfaces like wood and furniture is always a challenge and the rule of thumb with CA glues is always use less. You can always add more, but it's very difficult to remove if you put too much on.

Now on wood, surfaces after the CA glue dries in most cases, it's much harder than the wood around it. So you can't use your fingers and try to sand that because what happens is the Sandpaper will sand around the CA glue and it will leave hollows around the glue.

The best thing to do if you're going to try sanding is to make sure you have a good hard wooden surface that your sandpaper is sitting on so that it actually is touching and grinding the CA glue down.

You could also try using scrapers, there's a variety of knives and scrapers on the market that you may be able to use to scrape off the CA glue then you may also want to do a very light sanding. But the best thing to start off with is use your CA glue sparingly and that way, you'll have little worried about how to get rid of excess glue.

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