A word to the wise: if you think your glue-baste quilting spray is too old, be very cautious about using it. Mine is several years old, and not something I use(d) very often. I can't tell you how old, because I don't remember when I bought it.
I was working on a shannon fabric (minkee) blanket and since it is somewhat slippery, I thought I'd tack it together with small amounts of basting spray.
As I was cleaning the spout, I got some glue on my hands. I sure hope it washes out of fabric more easily than it washed off my hands. Hot water and soap sure didn't work. I ended up going to the shop for acetone. It helped, but I can still feel glue residue on my hands. Rubbing alcohol may work, but I was out and hadn't replaced it yet.
Needless to say, the glue-baste is no longer in my craft room and I won't be replacing it. I'll stick to pins from now on. Lesson learned.