Per the MSDS (Material Data Safety Sheet) one can use warm soapy water if you get Miracle Glue on your skin. It seems that this makes the skin sweat and the oils in the skin slough off the glue. You can also use acetone or nail polish remover with acetone in it to remove the glue. Acetone will also break down the glue if you need to get something apart. I prefer soap and water as I don’t like to use acetone. I have also found that if I use skin cream on my hands before I use the glue then if I get some on my hands it isn’t as dangerous.
We are also now carrying Miracle Glue Debonder. It is also very effective in cleaning up Miracle Glue, Super Glue and Krazy Glue. It can also be used if you make a mistake and need to get something apart. It is safer to use on plastics as there are no solvents. Acetone will damage/melt plastics.
The reason that Miracle Glue isn’t as bad on your skin as Super Glue or Krazy Glue is that it contains no solvents. As a result, it is stronger and has a much longer shelf life! It will also dry clear and flexible and it won’t melt things like neoprene.