November 24, 2006, Newsletter Issue #164: Adhesive Residue Removal from Carpet

Tip of the Week

If adhesive removal is hindering your carpet cleaning efforts, try this quick tip: WD-40 will effortlessly remove adhesive residue from almost any surface. Rubbing alcohol will also remove this sticky residue, but more elbow grease might be needed. Before removing carpet stains,you'll probably want to test both of these products on a hidden area of your carpet first, but either of these should do the trick. If the adhesive residue isn't cooperating, you might want to try an over the counter product such as Goo Be Gone or Goof Off.

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