How to remove gum from inside the car
The children are characterized by playing with her gum, wrapping it around her fingers, bringing in and out of the mouth and making balloons with it. Very often, the rubber does not end in the trash, but it finds its way to other places, including inside your car. Fortunately, a number of methods that work well to remove gum from both cloth and leather interiors of the car.
1. Remove the rubber inside the car as soon as discovered. Waiting will only make the job more difficult.
2. Use ice to harden gum tissue in the interior of your car.
Pour ice on the gum for about 2 or 3 minutes and let cool.
Carefully scrape the gum with a blunt tool or a knife.
3. Pour some lighter fluid on a paper towel and rub gently on the rubber on the web inside your car. You may have to repeat this process until no more traces of gum.
4. Deletes the gum inside your car. Use a white eraser, eliminating the possibility of transferring the color of the eraser to leather interior.
5. Try to remove chewing gum tape. This method works well to eliminate the rubber cloth and leather interiors of the car.
Paste the tape to the rubber and throw soiled. Repeat this process several times until you have removed all signs of gum. You may need several pieces of tape to complete the job.
6. Da Goo Gone in touch with the fabric and leather inside the car. Follow the product to ensure that the substance does not seep into the interior color of your car before applying the paste.
Let the Goo Gone for about 5 minutes and clean with a rag.
7. Rub peanut butter on the top of the gum stuck to the inside of your car and clean the peanut butter and paste.
Rinse leather seat with warm water.
8. Apply vegetable oil inside your car.
Take a generous amount of vegetable oil in a clean white cloth and rub hard.
Inside the car wash with soap and water, then rinse with warm water.
9. WD40 sprayed directly on the leather interior of your car and let it sit a couple of minutes.
Clean the rubber with a damp cloth. This process usually takes effect very quickly.
10. Use the position of cold air in a dryer to harden the piece of gum stuck. Let the rubber hit the air for several minutes.
Remove the rubber slowly inside the car.
When removing chewing gum from inside your car, start by testing a small area, preferably hidden from view, before doing the entire job.
For the rubber more difficult to remove the interior of your car, try to combine two or three methods in this way to obtain the best results.
Do not rush to remove the rubber from inside your car. Take your time. Never try to remove the entire gum once. Doing so can damage the fabric or leather interior of your car.
Things You’ll Need
Blunt tool or a knife
A damp cloth