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Spilled a couple drops of krazy glue on laptop screen, how to clean?

I spilled a couple drops of krazy glue on my laptops screen while trying to fix the magnetic strips that normally shut the laptop. They had fallen off and the laptop wouldn’t close, so I glued them back and that worked, except for the drops I spilled! Now there’s a scratchy dried up glue stain on the top right of my screen. I tried using isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) on the screen and it had no effect.

I was going to try Acetone next, but I heard that acetone ruins plastics, so I was worried it would damage the laptop screen even more. Any ideas on what I should try to get these glue stains off my screen? I don’t think hot water and soap or rubbing alcohol is strong enough.

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Dama we remove Cyanoacrylate-based glue by using some mineral oil as well as lemon juice. Let those soak for a bit to give them a chance to loosen the bond. Careful with liquids so that those do not run into our screen. Place it so that it is horizontal to avoid run-off. Also, you do not need to rub it so hard as to damage the display. Do not use acetone on your display.

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Cyanoacrylates (Krazy Glue) is pretty tough stuff. As far as I know, acetone is the only substance that can remove it efficiently. Proceed at your own risk (even though it is small).

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Acetone? Definitely not!

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That's a one way trip to ruining the screen. DON'T TRY THIS.

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This is from Wikipedia:

“Cyanoacrylate-based glue has a weak bond with smooth surfaces and as such easily gives to friction; a good example of this is the fact that cyanoacrylates may be removed from human skin by means of abrasives (e.g. sugar or sandpaper). “

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Super glue doesn’t give easily and most solvents that work wreck plastics :(. Denatured alcohol may work, but that’s as extreme as I’d go. I wouldn’t use abrasives, since the scarring will likely be worse then the permanent LCD spot. I would barricade it with tape to keep it from seeping if I were you.

Try using a solvent that doesn’t mess up plastics or replace the screen. That’s the only good fix sadly. I like some of the ideas from the others, so you may be able to salvage the screen BUT I would do it with the expectation it will never be perfect and it’s just there for good.

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