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Can Goo Gone be used to remove glue from hair?

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Goo Gone can be used to remove glue from human hair. However, it should be used with caution. Goo Gone is not recommended if the glue is located near the scalp.

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Although Goo Gone is a safe product to use on skin, prolonged exposure is not advisable. Be careful to not let it accumulate under fingernails and other parts of the hands. Wear rubber gloves while working on projects that take more than a few minutes to decrease the risk of adverse effects. Be sure not to use Goo Gone if there are open wounds on one's hands and always wash the hands thoroughly after use with soap and warm water.

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