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Gorilla Glue is known for its ability to bond together a variety of materials ranging from paper, leather, wood, metal, ceramic, and more. When you make a mistake and get gorilla glue on your skin, it can cause some hesitation. These easy tips will tell you how to remove gorilla glue from skin easily and without a hassle.

Gorilla Glue Removal

If the glue is still wet on the skin, remove as much as possible with a dry cloth.

Once dried, gorilla glue will wear off as skin exfoliates, typically in about 4 to 5 days.

Speed up the exfoliating process by using cool water and working a soapy lather onto your skin. Combine sugar or use a pumice based soap product then dry your skin.

Apply moisturizers or lotion and frequently to replace the moisture the glue has removed from your skin.


Do not ever try to remove the glue from your skin by picking the glue from your skin. Picking goo off can tear your skin.

Do not use any kind of solvents such as acetone or rubbing alcohol. This will remove the glue and dry your skin out.

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