You will need
- how to use liquid nails
- - rags;
- construction knife;
- - acetone;
- - Hairdryer
- - tools-wash.
Again carefully read the accompanying instructions from the manufacturer of liquid nails. Along with the conditions for correct application of funds in it you will find recommendations for removing liquid nails. That is, if necessary, clean the surface from glue, you first can take the advice of the manufacturer.
Studying the manual, pay attention to the kind you used construction adhesive. There are two types of liquid nails: the first is the solvent, and the second is made on water basis. In most cases, when choosing a particular construction glue, guided by one important criterion – that using liquid nails to stick together. Although nails are made water-based, characterized by ecological security, they freeze at a temperature less than five degrees. Construction adhesive solvent-based, hardens very quickly, but it is toxic, and therefore harmful to human health. Knowing exactly the kind you used liquid nails, it will be easier to understand than to clean them from the surface.
If dripped on the floor or wall drop is still fresh (not managed construction adhesive to harden), try to scrub it with a soft dry cloth. If liquid nails is already seized, to clean a surface, for example floors or tile, first gently scrape with a knife construction, and then remove with a cloth soaked with acetone.
Liquid nails can be used only in a strictly limited temperature range, that is, they are afraid of extremely low and extremely high temperatures. Therefore, to clean the surface from the construction of glue, heat it with a Hairdryer, and then remove the "melted" nails with a cloth and rinse off residues with a special tool-stripper.
All wash – harsh substances, so working with them, be careful!
If liquid nails has got to Wallpaper, another way to remove them how to cut neatly with a knife, no. If the result of such actions on the Wallpaper, there was a noticeable hole in this place, you can glue a decorative element or to arrange the furniture so that the defect is not conspicuous.