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Acetone, which may (or may not) be found in nail polish remover.
Also use a pencil or something round to slowly roll between your fingers, if you can. (Saw that on the History Channel)
Just curious, but why ask here? Why not google or call the number on the tube?
The one and only question in the KrazyGlue.com FAQ:
What do I do if I stick my fingers together?
Don't worry. Just soak acetone or ordinary nail polish remover containing acetone on the bonded area. The bond will break but be sure to rinse the area thoroughly after de-bonding. If you don't have acetone handy, have a little patience! Soak the bonded area in warm soapy water. Carefully peel or roll the skin apart gently and slowly. DO NOT PULL APART, Instant Krazy GlueÂ® creates a VERY strong bond that's nearly impossible to break by pulling straight up and down. If you gently roll the skin, you will gradually diminish the bonds between the Instant Krazy Glue molecules themselves and be able to get your fingers apart. For Instant Krazy GlueÂ® emergency medical information call toll-free 1-888-516-2502.
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Well,.... I got my fingers appart,... but the nail polish remover wasn't what did it.. I had to go to the emergency room,...and they applied some stuff that reaked......I think I could power a jet with that stuff.....
Thanks for your info.. I honestly panicked...wasn't really thinking... I think I remember hearing that nail polish remover is what did the trick before,... but for future referance,... it really doesn't.....the glue on the side of the tube had not hardoned completely, and I was able to rip that from my fingers,...but their was a good glob of it that poured down the side my finger,...and I must have squeezed my fingers together at some point, bonding them together like an instant weld.. I can't believe how instant that stuff works..
I tell you,... it's good t be able to crack my knuckles again.. even if it costs me a bill from the ER.. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]