Dried Gorilla Glue can only be removed mechanically by sanding, scraping, scratching or slicing through the glue with a knife, chisel, razor blade or other tool. Since Gorilla Glue is a urethane glue, its curing process ... More »

While there are no cleaning products that are effective for removing Gorilla Glue, cured glue can be removed from surfaces with a scraper, chisel or sandpaper. Gorilla Glue cannot be removed from clothing easily, often r... More »

Gorilla Glue may be wiped off with a towel, followed by rinsing with soap and water. If the glue is not coming off easily, try a gritty exfoliator to remove most of it. More »

Gorilla Glue may be wiped off with a towel, followed by rinsing with soap and water. If the glue is not coming off easily, try a gritty exfoliator to remove most of it. More »

While there are no cleaning products that are effective for removing Gorilla Glue, cured glue can be removed from surfaces with a scraper, chisel or sandpaper. Gorilla Glue cannot be removed from clothing easily, often r... More »

Gorilla glue is the first choice for balsa wood projects, and it is recommended by Specialized Balsa Wood, LLC. The glue penetrates the wood as it dries, and the foamy consistency bonds joints firmly. More »

To remove cured Gorilla Glue, soak the adhesive in acetone to soften it, and use sandpaper or a tool with a sharp edge to scrape off the glue. You will need acetone, warm water, isopropyl alcohol, sandpaper and a knife o... More »