Remove Glue From Fabric
Scrape the glue off with a knife. Be careful not to tear the fabric.
Rub petroleum jelly over the glue stain to loosen it from the cloth surface. Do not use petroleum jelly on fabric that you cannot launder easily.
Mix 1 tbsp. liquid hand-washing detergent with 2 cups cool water.
Dab the solution into the glue residue with a clean cloth. Dab until the stain is gone.
Rinse the area with clear water and dry it completely with a clean cloth.
Remove Glue From Hard Surfaces
Scrape the glue off with a knife. Be careful not to scratch the hard surface. Use a plastic credit card if you are cleaning glue from wood or another easily scratched surface.
Blot baby oil into the glue if it is still visible. Work until you loosen it from the surface and can pry it off with the knife.
Blot water displacement spray onto the glue if it is still on the hard surface. Let it sit until you can pry the glue off.
Rub acetone over the glue to dissolve it. Be careful as acetone will remove varnish and paint.
Rinse the area with clear water and dry it completely.