Chewing Gum Remover Reviews
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Read chewing gum remover reviews and submit your own here. Find out which gum removers actually get the job done.

This is where you can share your "Mom reviews" of these products, telling whether you would recommend various brands or varieties or not, so we can all find out what really works to remove gum from various surfaces.

In addition, if you need to find a product that will really work, check out what other "Mom reviewers" and other people have said about it here.

There are reviews discussing how various products work for removing gum from both fabrics and textiles, as well as hard surfaces.

Here are the reviews submitted so far:

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Share Your Remover Review Here Removing Gum From Carpet With Goo Gone - Pros & Cons Gum Removal From The Dryer With Various Products Use Olive Oil To Remove From Hair

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Carbona Stain Devil #1 For Adhesive And Gum Goo Gone Spray For Removing From Bottom Of Tables Lestoil Cleaner For Stuck On Gum Remove With Mounting Putty

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Goo Gone Spray Gel For Kids' Clothing And The Dryer Dish Sponge With Mesh Scrubber For Rubbing Off Surfaces Duct Tape To Pull It Off

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Chewing gum can be lots of fun for adults and kids, but only as long as it stays in your mouth.

When that gum gets all over your carpet, upholstery, hair, clothes, or anything else and gets stuck there, or even worse ground in, that chewing gum is no longer fun, but instead a pain in the butt!

There are many brands of removers on the market specifically formulated for removing chewing gum, but I cannot review them all to see how they work on every type of surface.

That's where you come in. Tell me how well (or not so well) a specific remover worked (or didn't work) for you, for removing chewing gum, on whatever surface it was on in your home.

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Got a tip for removing chewing gum from various surfaces? If so, submit your chewing gum stain removal tip here, or read the tips already submitted.

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  • How it smelled, if this is relevant to your opinion

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