by Kk

Help . I have a wooden locker that years ago I used to stuck cellotape that over years left some serious marks . I tried some things but no result . Any idea ?


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May 03, 2018
How to Remove Glue from Wood
by: tara

Glue, a wonderful substance for holding things together, is adept at finding it’s way onto all kinds of wood. Whether it’s from a creative craft project or an extensive woodworking job, glue has knack for stubbornly sticking to floors, tables, shelves, furniture and every other kind of finished wood.

Luckily, Goo Gone Original excels at breaking down the adhesive in glue and keeping your finished wood safe. It’s the ultimate tool to keep right next to the glue, just in case.

Here’s how to remove that stubborn glue from wood:

1. Pour the Goo Gone Original liquid onto the glue

2. Allow it to sit for 3-5 minutes

3. Wipe the glue up using a clean, white cloth.

4.Wash with hot, soapy water.
Test on an inconspicuous area before use. Do not use unfinished wood surfaces, unsealed stone.

For especially dried on glue, use a putty knife or Goo Gone Sticker Lifter after the liquid has soaked in.

Scrape under the hard edges, then after removing some of the hardest glue, use additional Goo Gone Original to break down and wipe away the remaining residue.

You can find it here: Goo Gone Original - Adhesive Remover, Removers Stickers & Tape - 8 Fl. Oz.

Good luck!

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