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    Leosach Born this way
    Use a Small knife or razor blade and SLOWLY start to cut the glue, also maybe hot water to make the glue "softer" would help, well that is what I would do anyway, good luck!
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    Use a sharp knife and shave it off in layers. If you have steady hands, that is probably the safest way (for the figure) of doing it.
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    Riesz (4 jaar geleden) #2278825If the glue is flexible, can you cut through it along the pvc break? Maybe then you could work on slicing it to where it could be peeled away.

    I was going to try that if nothing else could be thought of. It is flexible, but there's just so much of it and it's really gloppped on. I didn't want to accidentally make it worse. I'll do that if there's no other way though. Thanks!
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    If the glue is flexible, can you cut through it along the pvc break? Maybe then you could work on slicing it to where it could be peeled away.
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    Zee_Van_Only (4 jaar geleden) #2278612I'm guessing it would involve melting it or dissolving it somehow, which could harm the the pvc or remove some of the paint, is the glue really noticeable when it's on?

    yeah. From a few angles it's fine, but it's visible most of the time.
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    I'm guessing it would involve melting it or dissolving it somehow, which could harm the the pvc or remove some of the paint, is the glue really noticeable when it's on?
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