Nail Polish Remover. To clean dried glue from any surface, rub the
adhesive with a cotton ball saturated with Cutex Nail Polish Remover. Test
it first on an inconspicuous place.
Peanut Butter. To clean glue from any surface or the adhesive left
behind by a sticky label or price tag, cover the dried glue with a dab of
Jif Peanut Butter (creamy, not chunky), wait two minutes, and wipe clean.
The oils in the peanut butter dissolve the adhesives in the glue.
Cooking Spray. Give dried glue on any surface a quick spritz of Pam
Cooking Spray, then wipe clean. The oils in the cooking spray dissolve the
adhesives in the glue.
Purell Instant Hand Sanitizer. Cover the dried glue with a dollop of
Purell Instant Hand Sanitizer, wait a few minutes, and wipe clean.
Skin So Soft Body Lotion. To remove glue from any surface, pour Skin
So Soft Body Lotion over the dried glue and wipe clean with a soft, dry
WD-40. Clean dried glue from any hard surface by spraying the spot
with WD-40, waiting thirty seconds, and wiping clean.
Wesson Corn Oil. To clean glue or adhesive from any surface, add a
few drops of Wesson Corn Oil to the spot and then wipe clean.