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Goo Gone Original Liquid - 8 Ounce - Surface Safe Adhesive Remover Safely removes Stickers Labels Decals Residue Tape Chewing Gum Grease Tar
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- SURFACE SAFE - formula will not harm your surfaces
- REMOVES TAPE - excellent for removing tape from your surfaces
- PERFECT FOR CLEANING - great for cleaning clothing, dinnerware and tables
- REMOVES STICKERS - great for removing stickers from gifts or even cars
- USE ON - adhesive, gum, crayon, glue
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Safe on Surfaces
Goo Gone Original is surface safe and can be used on carpet & upholstery, clothing, any hard surfaces including glass, laminate, metal, wood, plastic, vinyl, windows, ceramic, granite, flooring, countertops, tile and wood.
Removes Sticky, Gummy, Gooey Problems
Goo Gone Original works on stickers, candle wax, permanent marker, crayon, glue, gum, tape residue, adhesive, paint, tree sap, tar and much, much more!
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Goo Gone offers multiple ways to remove your goo and keep your surfaces safe. Also consider Goo Gone's trigger spray and gallon sizes.
America's #1 Brand for Sticky, Gummy, Greasy, Gooey Problems! Goo Gonne's citrus power and scientific technology combine to defeat the toughest stains. Goo Gone can be used on hard surfaces, carpeting, upholstery, clothing, and more.If you can’t undo it, UN-goo it. Remove sticky, greasy messes with Goo Gone Original and return your surfaces to their original condition. Goo Gone removed stains from carpet, ceramic/ porcelain, finished wood, sealed stone, painted surfaces, glass, fabric, metals, and plastics. Goo gone is perfect for cleaning clothing, dinnerware and tables. DO NOT USE Goo Gone on silk, leather suede, rubber, faux stainless steel, drywall, unfinished wood surfaces or unsealed stone. Goo Gone is safe on cars, just test on an inconspicuous area before using it in full. After you're done please wash the area with hot soapy water. Do not allow Goo Gone Original to sit on rubber as it can deteriorate it. Goo Gone is not food safe, but you can use Goo Gone on a surface which comes in contact with food, please wash the surface thoroughly with soap and water after use. Goo Gone Original is safe on painted surfaces, which means it will not remove any paint. But, our products such as the latex Paint Clean-Up Spray and Wipes WILL remove paint. Goo Gone is safe on fabric, just be sure to pre-test on an inconspicuous area and launder the fabric after using Goo Gone. USE ONLY PER LABEL DIRECTIONS.
Test all surfaces on hidden area before using. Do not use on silk, leather, suede or rubber.
Apply Goo Gone to stain.
Allow a few minutes for Goo Gone to begin working.
Use a clean white cloth to wipe clean.
Clean area with soap and water.
Carpeting & Upholstery: Do not apply directly to carpeting as it may loosen carpet from its backing.
Apply Goo Gone to a clean white cloth. Gently blot stain.
Repeat as necessary.
Clean area with soap and water.
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I purchased a new hose reel on wheels and the manufacturer applied some nasty sticky adhesive to tightly hold a paper about 5 inches in height and stretched across the bottom of the stand. I removed the paper but it left lots of adhesive/sticky residue behind (why do manufactures do this to their products?) I reached for the Goo Gone and remembered to let it soak in (penetrate) the residue residue and then was able to peal the rest of the sticker away with my finger nail. A 2nd thin application removed the rest of the residue. It did all of this w/o the unpleasant smell of the Goof Off product. This was a sound decision. Product works beyond my expectations.
I bought after reading some reviews about it and based on a recommendations from some friends. In the past I'd been using the other product that smells and stays in the air for a while mostly with good results, sometimes no help.
This product at first did not appear to work as well although it had a pleasant odor. Then I let it sit for a good minute and was able to peal off the label and all the residue came off with it. This was an improvement over the other product in which the residue was too often swirled around as I used a cloth to remove it.
So after 3 tests on 3 different items I can say that this product works very well and in fact better than the Goof product.
Doc Edington's was amazing- very fast, no damage and no residue. You can see my review for this product under that item.
So far, I have used it to remove heavy adhesive from a tile floor where we had previously had an adhesive cover for a wire running across the area. I applied Goo Gone, scraped the majority of the adhesive and fibers off, then wiped off the remaining residue with a paper towel.
Additionally, I used it to clean grease off of wood vaneer cabinets using a paper towel, and it was so effortless! We have a microwave above the stove, and I also used Goo Gone to clean grease from the exhaust vents, which was so much easier than ever before.
I then used it on the stove itself for spots of grease and also dirt that had gotten in the rough white plastic parts, such as the oven door handle. The latter required a Brillo pad to get in the nooks of the textured plastic.
This may be the best $4 I’ve ever spent!
Still cant get a lot of the pine sap off of my vehicles. Less effective taking it off of the windows, for some bizarre reason.
fyi, when you remove the pine sap from car paint, expect the topcoat to be taken off by i assume the acidity of the pine sap. but not at the fault of the product.