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Post by babyboy on Tue 30 Oct 2012 - 23:11

So here's the test. I bought myself a bottle of nail polish remover that has excatone as an ingredient. I will start soaking it today and see what happen the next day. So i keep my finger cross that it will debond the super glue. Else the reminader can give my wife to use. Smells nice too. I choose the "Super fast and strong" nail polish remover.

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Result will be telecast tomorrow. lol!
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Re: Removing glued tyre from wheel

Post by boolean21 on Wed 31 Oct 2012 - 0:33

looking forward! Very Happy
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Post by babyboy on Wed 31 Oct 2012 - 9:19

Hi Bros. The nail polish method is working. As of this morning 80% seperation of the tyre and wheel was achieve with some coaxing required.

The tyre may not be in the best condition when I started the test cos it was soak in water and was wet when I started the process. I tried hot water the previous day. lol! thinking it will soften the glue instead of boiling. After searching the web, I remember seing something like the super glue will change its substance at 140 degree C. So hot water is no go.

Today will buy an extra nail polish to ensure total submersion of the tyre instead of half soak for the rest of the tyre. Conclusion is it works! And it the tyre will smell fresh and nice after.


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Post by boolean21 on Wed 31 Oct 2012 - 9:22

Buy some tyre shine too... Very Happy
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Post by babyboy on Wed 31 Oct 2012 - 9:50

I will use my 1:1 tyre shine to wax and shine it! Very Happy
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Re: Removing glued tyre from wheel

Post by qks57 on Wed 31 Oct 2012 - 10:08

its Acetone bro, and it can also be used with Rit dye to dye ABS plastic wheels, which i'll share in another thread!
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