Question by  selvarajan (71)

How does Goo Gone work?

I love this product!


Answer by  lovelife (998)

Goo Gone contains citrus oil. When applied to a sticky substance, it adheres to the substance and the oil starts to break it down, which makes it loose its ability to stick.


Answer by  janedoe (701)

Goo Gone works because it is an oil. When you apply it to a sticky substance, the oil coats the sticky surface of the goo, making it unable to stick anymore. Goo Gone is great, but also expensive. You'll find that baby oil works just as well and is much cheaper.


Answer by  Christian9247 (5042)

Goo Gone is an industrial strength solvent that weakens the bond between a surface and an adhesive. It also requires more elbow grease and effort to wipe off the sticky substance you are trying to clean off. Goo Gone works well for metal surfaces and wood but not for painted surfaces.


Answer by  Joyce1234 (104)

Goo gone is made out of an oil that helps dissolve sticky messes. The oil dissolves it and makes it easy to wipe away the sticky mess.

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