Just mix together two parts baking soda to one part coconut oil and apply to the stain. Gently work in the mixture into the glue stain with a soft bristle brush or your fingers, removing any residue with a clean, damp cloth. Dab some liquid laundry detergent directly onto the stain and wash the item on a cool cycle.
Dip a cotton swap or a clean cloth in acetone or nail polish remover. Rub the dried tacky glue with the acetone. If necessary, re-saturate the rag or cotton swab in acetone. Continue applying the remover until the glue is gone.
Just grab a scraping tool and some acetone, aka nail polish remover. Both of these will allow you to remove super glue from any fabric.
Acetone is a very strong ingredient that can bleach and damage fabric. Therefore, you’ll want to avoid it at all costs when dealing with clothing and carpets.
Apply the cotton ball with the acetone to the glue on the clothing, making sure all the glue has the acetone on it. Wait two to three minutes while the acetone breaks down the glue.
As much as rubbing alcohol gets rid of certain stains on clothes, it can also leave behind stains of its own. These stains can be attributed to the forming ingredients in the alcohol, such as dyes.
Vegetable or canola oil can work wonders, as can peanut butter or mayonnaise. Spread it on, let it soak into the residue for about an hour, then wipe it away. For a tougher clean, try rubbing alcohol or vodka. Let it fully permeate the unwanted residue, then rub away completely with a cloth.