A long time ago, when I used to make plastic models with glue, I never wore white gloves when gluing together the pieces, so I often got a lot of superglue on my hands. The superglue, which was very viscous and liquid, dried on my hands and later created small flakes in the process of coming off my skin.
At the time the back of the superglue container were listed instructions that read “in case of contact with skin, rinse with warm water until the glue is completely removed” or something similar.
My questions are
Is it okay to have ever had glue on my skin? Will it not create a lasting problem?
Is it okay that the flakes could have been spread on the bathroom towel when I wiped my hands, on the bedsheets, my clothes, the surface of the desk, the floor, and in other areas in the home?
I'm worried that the dust could have remained or been absorbed through the mouth, eyes or even nose (inhaled)?
*by glue I mean the type of glue that can be found on this link: