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— Posted by ladieluver on 4:43 pm on Feb. 25, 2002

How do i get my fingerprints off my hand (you know sumthing like off of men in black) and also getting them off an object like lets say a gun… any ideas?

— Posted by Darkness on 4:48 pm on Feb. 25, 2002

u dont want to take the finger prints off ur hands because they would look 4 the guy without fingerprints

sorry they would just think that u were wareing gloves!

(Edited by Darkness at 4:49 pm on Feb. 25, 2002)

— Posted by Darkie on 8:19 pm on Feb. 25, 2002

Yea, leave them intact. Other wise people would know ur up to something. Stick with gloves. I bought a pair of kevlar gloves online for like $15 and they are lite, fire proof, and cut proof. Everything u want anyways. Also, alcohol will help take prints off. But does anyone know how long prints will stay on something(insde/outside)?

— Posted by preditor on 9:44 pm on Feb. 25, 2002

one time when I was arrested the fucking cops cuffed me to a pipe before fingerprinting and takeing my picture so I was pissed and wanted to get them pissed. so I scraped my fingers to hell with the cuffs and the pipe and my watch, you get the picture but they didn’t because when they weren’t looking I fucked up the camera. I thank my buddy for the distraction. the prints only stayed gone for a couple of weeks then came back. but the cops didn’t get the prints

— Posted by ladieluver on 10:44 pm on Feb. 25, 2002

yeah well i still want my finger prints to come off, i plan on do somethings and and leaving evidence and gloves dont always work so need to find a way to get them off and getting them off an item

— Posted by knightmedia on 11:02 pm on Feb. 25, 2002

Leave your fingerprints on. Use non-powedered latex gloves (the kind surgeons use, or the kind you can get at an arts & crafts store for doing paper mache, etc.) but be carefuly not to rip them when in use. Leather and fabric gloves leave distinct marks that are unique just like fingerprints.

But destroy the latex gloves when you are finished with the job, because you’ll leave your fingerprints and handprints on the inside. Use fire for destruction. The gloves will be unrecoverable.

If you need to do something where gloves would make you look suspicious, use carefully applied super glue and/or liquid latex to stealthily cover your prints (don’t forget about your HANDS. A buddy of mind left a partial palm print on a wall during a burglary when his latex gloves ripped, and that’s how they got him.) Similar to “Gone in 60 Seconds”…

Elvis lives


— Posted by preditor on 11:43 pm on Feb. 25, 2002

I bought a couple of boxes of latex gloves that are almost the same color than my skin. they evan make really dark beige ones I use in the summer when I have a tan

— Posted by largeidaccam on 1:31 am on Feb. 26, 2002

if you want to take your finger prints off and keep them off youll have to either burn them off or cut them but the cut would have to be very deep inorder to scar the tissue so it doesnt grow bad same with the burning it will have to be prety bad to work otherwise it will grow back

— Posted by somefukinsnapov on 4:12 am on Feb. 26, 2002

light a fire ….and …

…stik your fukin hands in it!! thats the only answer u were ever gunna get goober!for the other bring a pair of some chiks slimy undies and wipe them on whetever u want to get rid of the prints with,cuz if its bad enough theyll be looking for forensic evidence other than prints…
ie hair,fibres,..DNA..(ther chiks slimy flange juice),
it really is amazing if u hava criminal mind .i doesnt take much to frame somebody for ones crafty plans!

— Posted by Hergor on 9:53 am on Feb. 26, 2002

best idea of the above mentioned is the one with instant/super glue. but be sure to cover one fingersegment at a time… otherwise you’ll experience problems with moving your fingers. 😉

— Posted by ladieluver on 11:09 am on Feb. 26, 2002

ok ok ok ok ok…. they wont come off my hands…. but what  about a object like a gun or a knife? how do i get them off those “type” of things?

— Posted by preditor on 1:07 pm on Feb. 26, 2002

if the surface is smooth then just wipe them off, smooth like a doorknob. and if it’s not, like a rubber handel on a knife, the rinse it in water

— Posted by largeidaccam on 11:10 pm on Feb. 26, 2002

yeah just to that water idea you know how you see on movies how they through there gun in to a stream or river of somthing like that wellllll its becuase the water washes off the finger prints that and it hides the gun

— Posted by The Dark Avenger on 6:14 pm on Feb. 27, 2002

Water isn’t always a good idea. The human body produces oils which act as a type of “glue” holding your prints on anything your touch. Everyone knows that oil is not water soulible (sp?) and the print will remain intact for a while after submerged. Also, the acids in the oil will cause oxidation on the metal parts of equipment, this process is aided by the added H2O. The only sure fire way to get prints off of anything is to not get them there in the first place.

Use rubber cement or contact on your fingertips to help hide your prints. Rubber/latex gloves work well if you’re not planning on getting caught immediatly. However, if the authorities show up while your in operation and you escape, your heat prints will stay there for hours after you’re gone (taking in the temperature of your surroundings for consideration ). If you are in a location where they have advanced crime fighting techniques, UV scans are a very real possibility. Your fingerprints will show up in a UV scan through latex gloves. A really bulky way to prevent this would be to use a heat dispursing glove or thermal gloves with latex gloves over them.

In the end, if you are not wittnessed performing this task, and you haven’t been fingerprinted before, chances are you are not going to get caught.

— Posted by Hergor on 8:56 am on Feb. 28, 2002

right, to wash fingerprints off you need more than just water. but don’t worry, even some soap will do the trick.
the soap will reduce the surface tension of water giving it the ability to remove fat easier.

after the water/soap treatment i s’pose some acid will clean off the remains…

to the gloves: there’s these knight’s gloves ppl use at LARP sessions. those are made of tiny metal rings. i think they will conduct the heat away fairly easy.

— Posted by HyperBaja17 on 9:10 pm on Mar. 2, 2002

canle wax or glue? i heard cut the fingertips but not into the dermis layer of the skin then put drano (i think) it has some type of lyme thing it will burn like hell then will change your fingerprints

— Posted by knightmedia on 1:19 am on Mar. 3, 2002

From what I understand, there are really only two ways to permanently alter your prints: plastic reconstruction (basically, laser surgery by a plastic surgeon) and chemical deconstruction… cut open the ends of your fingers (not all the way, just through the first layer of skin) and put some lye under the cut. It’ll permanently burn your prints into a deformation, but they’re still measurable…


— Posted by johnny 99 on 5:21 am on Mar. 15, 2002

super glue works well the lye would work but is awful nasty . alng the same lines, i’ve been told that you can prick your fingers with a needlea couple of times and then hold them against a sliced pinapple not the canned stuff , and the acid will temporarily obliterate your prints.

— Posted by Sicopath on 5:18 pm on Mar. 15, 2002

Alcohol is best for cleaning things without damaging them, I myself use Aerosol deodorant, as it evaporates quickly and you don’t have to make physical contact with the thing at all.
But really strong whiskey or moonshine would also do the trick(as long as you haven’t drank out of  it ’cause the cops can get DNA from saliva).

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