Update: Seriously, it will glue your fingers to objects. Be very careful where you point the applicator - just had an experience where the piece I was trying to glue on repeatedly stuck firmly to my fingers rather than the object I was gluing it to.
I know from experience nail polish remover will get it off. But actually it'd be nice if it had a little tint to it so I could make sure I hadn't accidentally spread it away from the surface to be adhered.
Still five stars. :)
********* I don't even bother with other kinds unless I need something with a rubbery consistency like barge cement. Long story short - this product will firmly glue my fingers together which is actually a good thing, because it means that it sticks to just about anything. Earlier this week I broke a wing off a heavy iron dragonfly ornament in the yard. Sure enough, Gorilla glued it back on! I had to prop it up for a while, and then later I used a little two part epoxy to prop up to spot on the bottom just because of where the break was located but it was amazing to me that a thin liquid glue would do such a good job on heavy iron. You need very little of the product to make it stick, too.
The container is superior as well - glue not dried up and useless after one use.
Come to think I'll buy a couple more tubes just to make sure I don't run out!