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In case you didn’t know, Elmer’s Glue can be used in place of pore strips in a moment of crisis. If you want to get rid of unwanted blackheads and whiteheads, look no further the white goop you used to smear all over the place as a kid.

So, how do it work?

Step 1:

Apply a thin layer of Elmer’s Glue to your problem area. This could be your nose, chin, or anywhere. We’re not just talking a dot of the stuff; you’ll want to cover a fairly large area for removal. We just strongly suggest avoiding your eyes. It’s just not worth the risk of gluing your eye shut.

Step 2:

Wait for it to dry. Some say you should wait two hours for it to dry. Nope! If you’ve applied a thin layer of glue, then it should be a matter of minutes for this to dry, not hours. Once it’s dry on the outside (non-skin side), give it an additional 5 minutes for glue to dry closer to your skim.

Step 3:

Peel it off! This is if you don’t just apply a small dab of glue to your face. This way you can actually peel your Elmer’s mask off  — just like a pore strip.

Step 4:

Once it’s off, rinse your face to remove any residue from the glue.

That’s all there is to it.

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By: Alex