Chewing gum tends to find its way anywhere you don’t want it to be, on walls, floors, windows, doors or even computer screens. While this unpleasant fact is often partly down to kids forgetting how to dispose of gum correctly, the unfortunate truth is that the stuff is so sticky that it will attach itself to anything and everything. If you’re struggling with chewing gum removal the answer to your problem may be simpler than you think; here’s what you need to know about removing chewing gum from carpet, painted walls, and furniture.
The easiest and most common method for removing gum off surfaces is to freeze it off. There are a few different ways this can be done, the first way you can try is to use ice blocks. The other way is to use the Diversey Taski Tapi freeze spray which is specifically designed to freeze and remove gum from any surface. Here are some steps to follow for each option.
Removing Gum with Ice:
Removing Gum with Diversey Taski Tapi Gum Remover:
Through using one of these methods you will be able to remove gum from any surface without damaging or tearing any fibres or fabrics, making your surface cleaner than ever.