Important Medical Information
For general inquiries or first aid tips, contact the Gorilla Support Team at 1-800-966-3458 (Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Eastern Time). For medical emergencies only, call 1-800-420-7186 anytime to reach a member of our product safety team.
How do I remove Gorilla Super Glue from skin? [+]
To remove Gorilla Super Glue from your skin, soak the bonded area in warm soapy water or acetone. The key is to be patient and NEVER pull the area apart.
Gently wiggle the area to allow the water or acetone to penetrate the bond. After soaking, the adhesive should come off easily. Keep in mind acetone can strip your skin of oils, so apply moisturizer after removal.
What if Gorilla Super Glue comes in contact with my eyes? [+]
If you are exposed to high quantities of super glue for long periods of time, it is best to wear safety glasses to avoid irritation. Should Gorilla Super Glue come in contact with your eyes, flush thoroughly for 15 minutes. Do not attempt to pull apart any bonded eyelid. Seek medical attention.
What do I do if I consume Gorilla Super Glue? [+]
Do not induce vomiting.
Saliva will cause Gorilla Super Glue to polymerize, or harden, in mouth which means the adhesive usually doesn't make it into the throat or stomach.
If lips are bonded together, use warm water to gently separate. The enzymes in saliva will actually help to break the bond, so patience is the key. Do not use acetone or solvents on or near your mouth. Do not attempt to pull the area apart as this can tear the skin. Seek medical attention.
Gorilla Super Glue should be left out of reach of children and animals.
Are Gorilla Super Glue vapors harmful? [+]
Gorilla Super Glue should be used in a well-ventilated area. Inhalation may cause irritation to the nose, throat and respiratory tract. In the case of irritation, remove to fresh air.