How to Get Gorilla Glue Off of Your Fingers

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If Gorilla Glue comes into contact with your fingers, soak the affected area in warm, soapy water.
If Gorilla Glue comes into contact with your fingers, soak the affected area in warm, soapy water. (Image: Shana Novak/Stockbyte/Getty Images)

Gorilla Glue is a brand of adhesive used for bonding together materials. According to the Gorilla Glue website, "Gorilla Glue is an all-purpose adhesive that will bond to almost anything." Gorilla Glue is free of solvents and fillers, making it difficult to remove from any surface, especially removing from the skin. According to the Gorilla Glue website, all contact to the skin should be avoided to prevent any damage or irritation.

Fill a restroom sink with warm water, adding soap to the water once it is filled.

Place your fingers inside the warm water.

Leave your hands inside the water while rubbing the affected area gently with a damp cloth. If your fingers are bonded together by the glue, do not pull apart, instead gently wiggle affected area until the area becomes unstuck.

Apply moisturizer to the skin after removing the adhesive, as moisturizer will help heal the skin if it is inflamed.

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