Originally Posted by NStalgia
Hey guys. So I'm wondering about the glue used to stick plants to rocks or wood. It leaves a white residue. Does it go away after time on its own? On wood I think you can just carve it off. But I accidentally squirted too much on a lava rock and it left a white mark on it and it kinda looks ugly. Any tips on how to remove it? Tried running a dull knife over it but it'll take forever.
Hello, just putting this out there. Don't know if it will work. When replacing shingles on a roof we use a tar based sealant to adhere. Sometimes it gets a little messy & you have a black ring spots on roof. To remedy this we sprinkle sand on it while wet. This hides about 90% of the discoloration so it doesn't catch the eye.
So long to short crush up some lava rock, use some substrate or something to blend in & sprinkle on glue while still wet. Hopefully this helps!!!!!