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One of my kids cut her head last week and the wound was glued together at A and E at Kings. All is well, the glue did a great job, she is fine and healing nicely but her hair has a large area of hard clumpy glue in it - How do I get it out?
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The glue will dissolve in warm water (hence the advice not to get the glued wound wet) So, if it's bothering her, and she'll stay still long enough, you could hold a warm, damp flannel over the clump of glue carefully avoiding the wound itself.

Or comb it out as suggested or just leave it and it'll eventually drop out...

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