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If you’re notorious for parking violations, then you probably already know about Goo Gone Automotive. This surface cleaner is the go-to removal for all things sticky and gross on cars. I can’t stand a sticky mess on my car. After my car got towed a while back, one of the most annoying things was having sticker residue on my driver’s side window for weeks. Had I known about Goo Gone Automotive, I would’ve had it off in minutes.
By the way, you can go through that $5 car wash again. I promise you, that tough mess you got isn’t going anywhere. Just grab the Goo Gone.
Goo Gone Automotive – Cleans Auto Interiors, Auto Bodies and Rims, Removes Bugs & Stickers – 12 Fl. Oz.
What Goo Gone Removes From Vehicles
- Bumper stickers
- Bird droppings
- Tree sap
- Spray paint
- Brake dust
Where You Can Apply It + How to Use It
The adhesive remover is safe for use on car interiors, exteriors, and rims. If your little one decided to stick gum on the passenger door, no worries. Get the Goo Gone. If your DIY project went bad and you got unwanted spray paint on your car, use Goo Gone automotive spray gel.
And of course, it’s probably the best decal remover on the market. Use it as a sticker remover for that embarrassing decal you put on your vehicle years ago.
Get rid of gooey messes for good.
Warning: Do not use on silk, unfinished leather, or suede. If you’re unsure about it being surface safe, pretest it on an inconspicuous area. Just be sure the hard surfaces are metals, plastics, or glass.
To use it, spray it on the affected area, then wipe with a clean white cloth. Next, clean the area with soap and water.
It’s time to get those filthy floor mats clean!
Other Popular Uses:
The heavy-duty degreaser can also be used on tools, boats, and campers. The spray gel clings to the surface for a no-drip, no-mess clean-up. People love using it as a tar remover.