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Re: News flash: Krazy Glue doesn't work

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Stan in Oly, WA

08-01-2013 09:32:42

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Hi Mark,

I would love to have something effective to use on the cracks I get in the ends of my fingers. How do you use it? Do you squeeze the crack together and have someone else put the glue on it, or do you squeeze it together the best you can with the same hand and glue it yourself? Or do you put the glue on the crack without trying to squeeze it shut first? Do you just leave it on until it wears off, or do you eventually have to do something to remove it?



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john *.?-!.* cub owner

08-03-2013 07:47:51

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 Re: News flash: Krazy Glue doesn't work in reply to Stan in Oly, WA, 08-01-2013 09:32:42  

Stan in Oly, WA said: (quoted from post at 11:32:42 08/01/13) Hi Mark,

I would love to have something effective to use on the cracks I get in the ends of my fingers. How do you use it? ........
Just put a little dab on the crack, and do not touch it till it dries. It forms a hard coating to immobilize the crack as it heals and keep it from hurting when it touches something. It will come off in a couple days due to the natural oils in your skin and flexing.

A lot of guitar players that do not yet have callouses on their finger tips put it on their finger tips to keep them from getting raw when playing a lot
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08-01-2013 18:49:20

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 Re: News flash: Krazy Glue doesn't work in reply to Stan in Oly, WA, 08-01-2013 09:32:42  
Hi Stan,

For those fingertip cracks, I just put a very small drop in the crack, then wick up the excess with the tip of a tissue. Once the glue is dry, the crack is immobilized and won't crack any further. Usually the crack will heal right up.

Treating cuts is pretty much the same thing. The worst cut I ever glued together was when I cut my finger nearly to the bone with a filleting knife. I probably should have gone to the emergency room. but glue did the trick.

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