Different brands of super glue bond almost any types of materials together in seconds. Unfortunately, these glues have the same effect on skin. If you accidentally get any Loctite glue on your hands while working with it, act quickly. Although it's possible to remove the glue once it has fully dried, it's much less difficult to clean it off when it first drips onto your skin.
Fill a sink with warm water and 2 tablespoons of dish-washing liquid. Place the affected hand or area in the water and allow it to soak for five minutes.
Peel apart the areas where your skin is stuck together using a tongue depressor or other blunt object such as a bar of soap or a spoon. Most commonly, it's fingers that get stuck to each other. Do not force the skin areas apart; just gradually work the blunt object in between them.
Scrub the glued areas with a fingernail brush or toothbrush. If the water becomes less soapy, drain the sink a bit and add more warm water along with another squirt of dish-washing liquid to make suds.
Continue scrubbing your skin until you remove the glue. Run warm water from the faucet, wash your hands, dry them, and apply hand cream to soothe any irritation caused by the glue and the scrubbing.