How to remove super glue from fabric
Super glues are everywhere because they are so easy to use and can be applied to most surfaces. That said, they are also responsible for many spills and stains on our fabrics. Dont fret, you can remove that stain as quickly as it got there.
To remove adhesives from fabric, it is vital that you let the glue dry completely: touching it earlier will only spread the mess. Once it has dried, use a butter knife or something similar and gently pry away as much of the spilled glue as you can. Next, soak the fabric in warm water, then dab the glue with a wet sponge to assist in lifting it off the fabric.
If this doesnt take care of it, you can apply acetone with a cotton swab, starting at the center of the stain and moving it outwards towards the edge. Acetone can be found in most nail polish removers. It is key not to saturate the fabric with acetone, as this can lead to discolouration. Then, gently wipe away the softened glue with a cloth. Do not rub the glue aggressively, as it may take a few minutes to lift off the fabric.
You can repeat this process as necessary, but be weary to not apply too much acetone. Once the fabric is clean, rub a quality laundry detergent on the affected area, let it soak in, and toss the item in the laundry as normal. After washing, give your item one last look before putting it in the dryer, as the heat can harden any remaining glue.