How to Remove Gum from Concrete and Other Surfaces
It is easy to think that once chewing gum is stuck on the concrete – flattened and weathered – that it is permanently there. But with the following instructions you can get rid of hardened gum from surfaces like concrete, carpet, tile, linoleum and wood with this easy, eco-friendly technique. No residue will remain!
What You Will Need:
- RADO Gum Remover, and included straw nozzle
Warnings: Contents of RADO are flammable, contents under pressure. Use only as directed.
- Read all instructions before beginning process to ensure efficiency and safety.
- Attach the included straw onto the nozzle of the RADO can. SHAKE WELL before use.
- Spray RADO directly onto gum from a distance of about 1-2 inches. Gum will instantly freeze.
- Frost will appear after 2-3 seconds. Immediately begin peeling off the hardened gum using a handheld scraper until completely removed from surface.
- TIP: Start by placing the scraper underneath the side of the gum and scrape slowly until entire piece comes off.