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    Gorilla glue

    I would try the cheapest nail polish remover available as this has the most solvent in it. If it indeed dries to a polyurethane and acetone doesn't do it a straight blade scraper that uses a razor blade may be your best bet. I haven't seen an adhesive yet that doesn't respond to the nail polish remover. as far as the finish goes I really don't know but it should be unharmed by solvents if it is aluminum
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    I usually clean up gorilla glue squeeze out from joints with a well-tuned piano plane or chisel plane. A good sharp chisel and a guide block might also work. I doubt a solvent will work that well.

    Lee

    P.S. It's the plane that's well-tuned, not necessarily the piano.

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    Gorilla glue not contained in a joint isn't all that strong, scraping, or cutting, or sanding or perhaps all three, would be a lot easier than resorting to a solvent, even if you can find one that would attack it.

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    I'm waiting for Bruce's response before i try paint stripper and so far nothing else has worked. Thanks for the tips. I don't really want to scrap my beautiful camera with a chisel. If it comes to that, i'll leave the glue where it lays. After all, it's just glue.

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    Hi
    Yesterday I applied some Gorilla Glue to a piece of aluminum. This morning I scraped it off pretty well using a scraper made of hardwood and a heat gun. The only caveat would be if the finish on the camera is powder coating. I did not need to get it very hot so a hair dryer would probably work.
    Hope this helps.
    Richard

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