To remove super glue from wood, use a cleaning rag and dampen it using acetone, and then rub it over the super glue. For small patches of glue, you can peel or scrape the super glue with a blunt object to avoid damaging the wood.
Acetone is a perfect super glue remover, particularly for finished wood. For big stains, dip a clean rag in acetone, and work from the outside, moving inside the stain to avoid spreading it further. Clean the area with warm soapy water to remove acetone residue. Polish the wood to its original finishing. Scraping glue off a big area of finished wood may damage the surface, so it is necessary to handle it with care.
Another way of removing super glue from wood is by sanding it off. To do this, use a masking tape to cover the area surrounding the super glue patch, to protect it from damage. Use the appropriate grade of sand paper, depending on the wood finish, to sand off the super glue. Do a wood finish on the sanded area with varnish, oil, paint or the wood’s original finish. Mineral oil can also be used on plain wood stained with super glue. Dip a clean cloth in the oil, and rub it on the super glue stain until it is completely removed.