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These glues are very frustrating to remove from unwanted areas as well as sometimes the applicator tip also obstructs. Hope this helps.
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You might be able to remove it if you contact Gorilla Glue Manufacturer's Customer Service, and ask for advice.
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I would try covering the area in ice and then see if it will scrape off. Very often the removal methods listed contain acetone which can damage the fabric.
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Yikes, that’s seriously tricky, I’m not sure if you can. You might contact the company for the best advice.
Nail polish remover.
Goo gone is a good method.
You need an organic solvent to remove this, nail polish remover would work.
Hi Judy: Moisten the glue stain with acetone, using a small brush to apply acetone carefully to avoid getting it on the surrounding fabric. Let it work on the glue for a minute or two, then blot it with an absorbent cloth or a paper towel. I'd try the acetone on a piece of the fabric that doesn't show, like maybe the back of the couch near the bottom, just to see if it damages the material.
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You can use 100% acetone to loosen up Gorilla Glue from fabrics or even hard surfaces. Get a cotton ball and soak it in acetone. Then, place it on top of the glued surface and leave it for 5 minutes. Remove the ball and wipe the surface off with a water-dampened rag.
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