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SmartWater Spray Removal Anonymous 20/04/09(Thu)02:08 No. 16904 ID: c0476e
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How is it impossible to remove this substance from skin or clothing? The British police are currently spraying their clear goo all over the faces of men.

Asking for a friend.


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Anonymous 20/04/09(Thu)04:47 No. 16905 ID: fca2d4

>How is it impossible to remove this substance from skin or clothing?
Because it bonds in a manner similar to super glue and people generally avoid washing their face (and clothes) with acetone.


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Anonymous 20/04/09(Thu)05:09 No. 16906 ID: c0476e

>>16905
I wash my skin with acetone every time I use polyglass. I guess I'll test this.


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Anonymous 20/05/07(Thu)03:57 No. 16915 ID: 286249

I recommend getting some strong exfoliant cream and removing the top layer of skin.

Alternatively I recommend purposely spraying everyone with it to make the whole thing useless.


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Anonymous 20/05/07(Thu)21:47 No. 16917 ID: be6f8f

>>16915
I like the way you think.


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DrGonzy!!WvAwV4MTHk 20/06/03(Wed)08:52 No. 16929 ID: 49b20f

To sanitize clothing use a solution of at least 71 percent pure isopropyl. Put it in a spray misting bottle with a fine mister.


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DrGonzy!!WvAwV4MTHk 20/06/03(Wed)08:52 No. 16930 ID: 49b20f

It is better to err on the side of caution, and go over 70 percent if you don't chemistry well.



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