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Acetone will work even after the glue has cured. I have tested this.
I've discovered that acetone will dissolve the foaming type of gorilla glue even after it has cured. You just need to rub the acetone into the glue for a bit and it'll slowly soften and melt away. Make sure to test the acetone on an inconspicuous area of your object first to see if it affects the material before trying it.
I tried Goo Gone on the cured glue and it did nothing to remove the glue. Others have said to try olive oil but that doesn't work either. It really depends on what surface your trying to remove the glue from. If it's a non-porous, smooth surface, you can easily peal or scrape it off with your fingernails, but if it's on a textured surface, no amount of Goo Gone or Goof Off will work. Acetone is the best solution. A couple applications and gently rubbing the glue will melt it off.
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