Soak a cloth in rubbing alcohol, let it sit on the glue for a few minutes, then scrape it away. You can also try dabbing the glue with vegetable oil to saturate it, then wipe it off.
A steam iron can generate enough heat to release the fibers, allowing you to separate the fabric. If there are stains or residual glue, scrape the hardened parts of the glue off, and use an old toothbrush to rub liquid laundry detergent against the weave. Hand wash or run through the washing machine on a gentle cycle.
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Acetone is a useful organic solvent which breaks down glue and sticky residues it comes into contact with, effectively dissolving them and leaving the surface free of stickiness. You may need to wash the surface with soapy water or rub it gently with a toothbrush afterwards.
Apply Acetone to the Stain
If you have less time, acetone can be used to remove the glue.