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Old 10-15-2010, 12:42 PM   #1
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Superglue - Ceramic Tiles


I have stuck a hook to my bathroom tiles with superglue. I now want to remove hook how do I go about please it without damaging tiles. Thank you.

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Try some nail polish remover. Use a small amount, like on the end of a q-tip. The acetone in the remover should take care of the superglue, but I don't know for sure if it will affect the finish on your tiles, so you might want to test a small inconspicuous area first.


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Superglue holds very well in tension, not in torsion. Give the hook a twist and it should come right off. Use nail polish remover or acetone to remove the residue. As spaceman spif stated test the solvent in an inconspicuous spot first.
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If you try nail polish remover read the ingredients. Some will list water first, which means it is watered down. Some will be non-acetone based. You want one that has acetone as its main (or only) ingredient.
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The acetone won't hurt the tile at all, it may however melt the hook. Try twisting (not pulling) the hook. I have seen super glue cause the tile surface to break when pulling on it.
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