Yes, if it is finished.
Inside a Dryer
Yes, but it's important to follow the instructions carefully.
- Apply to a cloth
- Rub on effected area
- Wipe up residue with clean cloth
- Immediately wash area with mild dish detergent and warm water
- Wipe dry
- Follow up with rubbing alcohol to ensure all residue is removed
We don't recommend using on leather.
Paint (like a painted wall or painted cabinet)
No, it will stain paper
It will depend what type of plastic you have. Test on an inconspicuous area first to ensure it's compatible.
Plexiglass (acrylic sheets)
Check with plexiglass manufacturer, test on inconspicuous area first
We don't recommend it, this surface is too porous
Yes, if the quartz was sealed within the last year
We don't recommend using on rubber.
Skin and Hair
Our Goo Gone Bandage & Adhesive Remover can be used on skin. Our original products are skin irritants.
Yes, if it is real stainless steel, not faux stainless steel.
Yes, but only on hard vinyl surfaces.
Video Games, DVDs and CDs
On the exterior cases or cartridges, yes. But not on the discs. Also, apply to a clean cloth first to remove stickers that are on top of paper labels and test on an inconspicuous area first.
Yes if it is a sealed surface. We don't recommend it be used on drywall.
Yes, as long as the wood is finished.
Wood with polyurethane finish (like a guitar)