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Posted on March 11, 2010 by SteveP
remove gum spots on flagstone flooring
Category: Questions & Answers Tags: Flagstone
Try spraying it with WD40, it works on the soles of shoes.
Try lighter fluid. Keep it away from flame. Try a tiny bit first to see if it works and to make sure there is no damage to the flagstone. Another thing to try is finger nail polish remover.
Get a plastic baggie. Put 1 large ice cube in the bag. Place the bag over the chewing gum. Once the chewing gum freezes it will come up easily with a butter knife or a plastic spatula.
There are some solvents that would work, but they may leave a spot on the flagstone.
Cleanser and a scrub brush.
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