Sticker Removed, Parent Approved
Goo Gone gives your fridge space from the clingiest of stickers.
Did your kids turn your fridge into a sticker exhibit? Not a fan of that heavy metal band logo anymore? Time to remove your election sticker from 2000? Whatever the sticky situation, turn to the ultimate sticker removal solution.
Goo Gone Goo and Adhesive Spray Gel can remove stickers from most hard surfaces. Goo Gone breaks down the sticker adhesive while keeping the surface underneath safe. So, when the kids get a new sticker collection, you know just what to do.
Here’s how to remove even the toughest sticker:
- Spray directly onto the sticker
- Allow the liquid to soak into the sticker for 1-3 minutes to allow it to break down the adhesive
- Use a putty knife, plastic scraper or even a fingernail to peel the sticker off. It will likely come off in pieces. Re-apply Goo Gone as necessary so it can break down all the adhesive.
- After all the sticker and residue is removed, wash the surface with hot, soapy water.
Test on an inconspicuous area first. Do not use on silk, leather, suede, rubber, faux stainless steel, drywall, unfinished wood surfaces, unsealed stone. If you removed a sticker from clothing, launder the items separately in warm water.