Spray adhesives are a convenient tool. They allow the user to quickly and efficiently apply adhesive to paper, foam, vinyl, fabric and several other materials. With this convenience comes the possibility of adhesive spray not spraying exactly where you want it. Like any spray, there is a chance the adhesive may get onto the skin, in your hair or all over your clothing. When considering the usage of spray adhesives, it is a good idea to have the knowledge of what to do when that spray can takes control of the project at hand.
Place the garment on a flat surface.
Place a piece of scotch tape on the area with the adhesive.
Rub the tape with your finger. Press firmly to allow the tape to stick to the adhesive.
Remove the tape in a single, fast motion. Repeat the process over all the affected areas. The adhesive on the tape will remove the spray adhesive from the garment. If a little residue remains, take your finger and rub vigorously on the remaining adhesive. The friction generated will remove the remaining particles. Reapply the scotch tape to finish the job.