Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: What kinds of glue does De-Glue Goo work on?
A: De-Glue Goo dissolves hide glue and the original white and yellow aliphatic glues.
Q: What are some common glues that are not affected by De-Glue Goo?
A: Cyanoacrylates like Super Glue and Crazy Glue and urethane glues like Gorilla. Also epoxies. (see chart below)
|Type of Glue||Response|
|Titebond Original - yellow||
Dissolves to a sludge ready to wipe off
|Titebond II - water resistant||
Softens to a rubber consistency which can usually be peeled off
|Titebond III - water proof||De-Glue Goo is not recommended.|
|Elmers Wood Glue Max||De-Glue Goo is not recommended.|
|Elmers White Glue||Dissolves easily|
|Hide Glue||Dissolves easily|
Q: Will De-Glue Goo help me take a loose joint apart?
A: No, it is a gel and will not seep into a crack.
Q: How can you tell if De-Glue Goo is working?
A: It turns the old glue back to its original wet color.
Q: Will De-Glue Goo harm the finish?
A: It is always best to wipe off any De-Glue Goo that gets on the finish. It is possible that if it sits on the finish long enough it could cause blushing. However this blushing will disappear when it dries.