Super-glues and their associated fumes aren’t great for you
(watering eyes if too close, etc.), but you couldn’t pay me enough
to use zip-kicker! That stuff HAS to be horribly toxic!!
A much better alternative to zip-kicker is baking soda powder, so
long as you don’t mind a slight thickening of the glue-exposed area
due to the film of powder. Just sprinkle the baking soda over the
already-glued-joined-together pieces along the exposed glueline. It
will effectively cure the cyanoacrylate from the edges of the
exposed glueline. One caveat – baking soda also really hardens the
superglue, so be aware that if you need to subsequently file or sand
the area, it will be much stronger/harder than what you are used to.
I use Zap-A-Gap – it seems to cure faster than the traditional
runny superglues, and I can still use the “baking soda kicker” if I
Terri - by the beach in San Clemente, where the sun has finally come
out for a lovely day.