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Goo Gone Adhesive Remover - 8 Ounce - Surface Safe Adhesive Remover Safely Removes Stickers Labels Decals Residue Tape Chewing Gum Grease Tar
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- Safely Restore Your Surfaces - The surface-safe formula removes the goo without harming your surface. Formulated with citrus cleaning agents and a pleasant citrus scent
- Trusted #1 Brand For Removing Gooey Messes – Try it on stickers, wax, markers, crayons, glue, tar, window decals, glitter, gum, labels and so much more
- Multiple Uses Around The House – Everything from wine glass label remover, scuff eraser, window sill cleaner, adhesive remover, tar cleaner, crayon drawing eraser, to glue remover
- Great For Teachers and Parents - Use this to remove gum, tape, crayon and sticker residue left behind by kids
- Perfect For Collectors and Thrifters - Safely remove price stickers from gifts, wine glasses, clothing, drinking glasses, used video games and much more
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Surface Safe - Removes Gum Glue Markers Crayons and Stickers!
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.
The Goo Gone's line of products is a trusted brand, we stand by our products for all of your dirty, sticky, messes. Safe for you, your surfaces and your home! Please explore our line of Goo Gone Original, Pro-Power, All Purpose, Sticker Lifter, Spray Gel, Patio, Grill, Oven, Automotive, Tile & Grout, Clean Up Wipes, Kitchen Degreasers, Paint and more! There are so many ways to remove tough messes with Goo Gone Products. Specifically formulated with Citrus Power, Goo Gone’s portfolio of products effortlessly cleans up stains and sticky messes around your entire home. From gum to grease, fabric to fiberglass, you can count on Goo Gone to safely remove almost any problem and restore your surfaces to their original condition. 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. Try it on stickers, wax, markers, crayons, glue, tar, window decals, glitter, gum, labels and so much more. There are mutliple uses around the house for Goo Gone Original. Everything from wine glass label remover, scuff eraser, window sill cleaner, adhesive remover, tar cleaner, crayon drawing eraser, to glue remover. Goo Gone is safe on cars, we suggest to test on an inconspicuous area before using it in full. After you’re done, wash the area with hot, soapy water. Do not allow Goo Gone Original to sit on rubber as it can deteriorate it. Keep a bottle or two handy for anything life may throw at you or your walls, floors, cars, etc. You get it, Goo Gone is surface safe so it is a safe alternative to abrasive cleaners that may damage your surfaces. Sit back and let Goo Gone take care of your toughest messes.
Danger! Harmful or fatal if swallowed.Carefully red cautions on back label.Danger: contains petroleum distillates and citrus terpenes. Avoid contact with eyes and prolonged contact with skin. Use in well-ventilated area. Do not use near heat, sparks or flames.First aid: if swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Call physician immediately. In case of eye contact, immediately flush eyes with water for 15 minutes. Get medical attention if irritation persists. If on skin, wash thoroughly with mild soap and water. Keep out of reach of children.
Pre-test on an inconspicuous area. Do not use on silk, leather, suede or rubber. Hard surfaces:1. Apply Goo Gone. 2. Wipe off and clean area with soap and water.Carpet and upholstery spot remover:1. Apply to clean white cloth. 2. Gently blot stain. 3. Clean area with soap and water. 4. Blot dry with a dean towel. Clothing:Do not treat clothing while wearing. 1. Apply to stain. 2. Blot stain with dean white cloth.3. Launder treated items separately, using extra detergent. Use only per label directions. Allow formula time to saturate problem area as needed. Store and transport in a dosed and upright position.
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I let my arm rest for the two days it took for Amazon to deliver the Goo Gone. I spread it on with a paper towel, and let it sit for a short period. Then I took a cleaning rag and careful removed the rest of the residue. Easy! Next day I removed another decal. I applied the Goo Gone to the thick adhesive residue, and let it sit. Immediately the odor stopped. Huge benefit! Then as I wiped it off, the residue fell like sticky little worms dropping to the ground. A little more clean up of the floor, and I was done.
Now I can feel confident that the new decals will come off just as easy when I need to change them, as long as I have my Goo Gone.
Where this product really came in handy in an unexpected way was cleaning the top of my kitchen cabinets. The previous homeowner had not cleaned the tops of the cabinets in the kitchen before moving, possibly ever, and there was a nasty, thick layer of grime coating the top that was composed of a mixture of dust & grease from cooking, among who knows what else. I tried cleaning it with a rag and pine sol, hot water, Clorox wipes, etc and nothing could adequately remove the layer of grossness. Finally, I had the bright idea to try this stuff, and it vastly improved the removal of gunk. After getting the main layer off, I was able to clean it with other cleaning products.
Seriously, at least for that instance and general sticker removal from products, 5/5 stars.
By PlasmaMan on October 4, 2016
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Anyway it was totally useless. I tried leaving it on for an hour, overnight, nothing. It didn't cause one single bit to budge and that wasn't through lack of trying. I was dripping in sweat from scrubbing. I've gone through nearly the whole bottle from trying. What a waste of money.
I ended up getting it off with some barkeepers friend that was a quarter of the price. I wasn't easy even with that but slowly it did come off. I'd recommend just some good cream cleaner over this product.
Suffice to say I made a right mess but decided to soldier on - in the event of a fail I was prepared to pay the professionals.
I got more of the flooring adhesive on the top surface than on the floor itself.
The following morning the floor was laid but there was glue all over the place. I picked up and peeled up as much as possible.
Then on hands and knees with a washing up sponge - and liberal doses of Goo Gone. I soaked the sponge and gently wiped and dabbed the glue areas and left for a couple of minutes. Then scrubbed with the sponge and wiping the cleaned area with soapy water.
It worked a treat - this stuff made short work of glue removal.
Pretty chuffed - and loads of it left - but will not be used on a relaid floor again - I will not be laying flooring ever.
I bought some different products from Amazon to try and remove it, and the other product worked but this "Goo Gone" did nothing but smell better than the other stuff.
I poured some of this in to a bowl and then used a paintbrush to "paint" it on to the tape and left it for 10 minutes to soak then applied some more, and it did nothing to the tape.
It wouldn't even remove the left over glue for the areas where I had managed to rub the tape off the window frame with my fingers.
The other product I bought for the job, I did the same with so I poured it in to a bowl and then "Painted" it on and left it to soak for around 2 minutes and the tape came off with a scrapper.
I would simply advise people avoid this as it is completely useless at removing glue etc, and the only reason I used any more of it was to use whilst washing my hands to get rid of the potent "Acetone" smell, from my hands and then used some soapy water afterward's to remove that greasy feeling from my hands.