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Don't use super glue unless you don't ever want to have to go to the hassle of removing the nut again!

Use a very small dab of Franklin Titebond--white woodworkers glue. That way, all you have to do is just lightly heat up the nut and it will come right off with no damage to it or the finish or the wood around the nut slot.

If you must use super glue, just put a minute dab on either side of the nut---DON'T just squirt it on and let it run in the gap!! If you are dealing with a Fender style nut, then don't use super glue. The nut will most likely break upon removal.

This is info gleaned after installing and removing hundreds of guitar nuts--use it however you like.

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