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Goo Gone Spray Gel, 12oz
In a convenient drip-free spray gel, Goo Gone eliminates sticky, gummy, greasy gooey problems. Spray gel clings to the stain without harming the surface below.  Can be used on hard surfaces, carpeting, upholstery, clothing, and more.
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Item Number: GGHS12
Price: $6.79
Size: 12 oz
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Pre-test on an inconspicuous area. Do not use on silk, leather, suede or rubber.

Hard Surfaces:
  • Apply Goo Gone to stain.
  • Allow a few minutes for Goo Gone to begin working.
  • Wipe clean with a clean white cloth.
  • Clean area with soap and water.
Carpet & Upholstery Spot Remover:
  • Apply to clean white cloth.
  • Gently blot stain.
  • Clean area with soap and water.
  • Blot dry with a clean towel.
  • Apply to stain.
  • Blot stain with clean white cloth.
  • 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 closed and upright position.

Goo Gone Spray Gel is safe to use on virtually any surface!

Goo Gone removes sticky, gummy, greasy, gooey problems such as:

  • gum
  • adhesive residue
  • grease
  • tar
  • tree sap
  • candle wax
  • crayon
  • make up
  • shoe polish
  • And more!

Goo Gone removes sticky, gummy, greasy, gooey problems from surfaces like:

  • plastic
  • metal
  • glass
  • wood
  • ceramic
  • carpet
  • clothing
  • upholstery
  • furniture
  • automobiles
  • boats
  • appliances
  • painted walls
  • concrete
  • And more!

Goo Gone Spray Gel clings to the surface for maximum goo removal power.

Goo Gone should not be used on fine fabrics such as leather, silk or suede.

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I LOVE this product! I keep a bottle of this under my kitchen sink and use it regularly to remove a lot of different things. And now that my husband has discovered where I "hide" it, I cannot keep a full bottle for me anywhere! December 11, 2013
I like Goo Gone because it works. I use Goo Gone Gel to clean spills on carpet. I was able to easily remove black marks from beige carpet. I also use it to remove sticky residue from tape marks. August 21, 2013
It got the tape off my windows I made the mistake of taping my Xmas lights to my windows, and when it came time to take the lights down this past weekend, the tape wouldn't come off the glass. Tried vinegar, tried scraping, but it was stuck hard.Looked around online for a solution and this stuff was mentioned, so I went to Office Depot and got a spray gel bottle. To make a long story short, it worked--it wasn't instant, but it took the tape off with a moderate amount of scraping and elbow grease. January 7, 2013
GONE I had a Bearing Grease spot, from a work boot, on a light colored carpet in a rental apartment. I wanted to use a product that wouldn't have heavy chemical odors, as the carpet was brand new. Goo Gone Spray Gel, used in accordance with instructions removed the stain - and my worries about our rental deposit! January 1, 2013
odor I used this product to remove a film from my windows. It did not remove the film and when I laundered the cloths the rest of my laundry, including my baby's clothes, were tainted with this awful toxic smell. I washed them several times and dried them in the sun, but they still stink. Now I can't help but wonder if these items are safe for my family and will probably throw them out. September 9, 2011
great results have an exterior south facing metal door with plastic window pane insert. was installed with glue "mushing" out on all sides. i have tried off and on for 5 years to remove it, including plain old scraping. nothing worked till i happened on to spray on GooGone. sprayed it, scraped, sprayed and wiped the last off. in retrospect i probably could have just wiped it off, can't believe how easy it was. May 31, 2011
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