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Originally Posted by JanM
Olive Oil, then Baby Oil, then WD-40, but Goo Gone or similar harsh items as a last resort only. Then use a good amount of liquid dish detergent and wash it off your hair and skin thoroughly. If you hair is altered by perms, or color in any way it might do some interesting things to the color, or curl also.
Surprisingly, olive oil also breaks down super glue on some surfaces.
Based solely on the product description: Easy to clean off, after each use just clean with conventional saddle cleaning products... I will throw out the suggestion of glycerin soap.. ??
OP is not kidding. This stuff is NOT easy to get off! I used it out foxhunting a month ago (or it appears to be the same stuff at least) and while it seriously works, I had to scrub, scrub, scrub to get it off of my boots. I used Leather Therapy wash spray and a towel to rub it off, but it took me a while. As suggested above, glycerin might work better. I seriously can't imagine getting that stuff stuck in my hair, though!