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What can you use Goo Gone on?
Last Updated: 21st February, 2020
- Chewing gum.
- Fresh paint.
- Tree sap.
- Oil and grease.
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In this way, what surfaces can I use goo gone on?
While Goo Gone is safe for use on mostsurfaces, including wood, carpet, glass, fabric, and sealedstone, the manufacturer itself says it should not be used on thefollowing surfaces: Silk. Leather.
One may also ask, what are the ingredients in Goo Gone? Product ingredients
- KEROSENE (PETROLEUM), HYDROTREATED. Moderate Concern: generalsystemic/organ effects.
- PPG-3 METHYL ETHER. Some Concern:developmental/endocrine/reproductive effects.
- CITRUS SPECIES LEAF EXTRACT.
- CITRUS AURANTIUM DULCIS (ORANGE) FRUIT WATER.
Beside above, can you use Goo Gone on a car?
Goo Gone, a commercial oil-based solvent andcleaner, has been deemed safe by its manufacturer for use onalmost any surface, including your car's exteriorpaint.
Is WD 40 safe on car paint?
WD40 does not harm paint, it issilcone-based like many modern car waxes and polishes.Contrary to many recommendations here, you can leave it on thepaint without harmful effect, other than it looks like crap- all oily and greasy and attracting dust. WD40 is perfectfor removing bugs and tar.