How to get chewing gum off shoe?

  3 answers
  • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Apr 10, 2019

    freeze it with ice cubes then scrape it off with putty knife of sharp kife; WD40 soak the chewing gum, and the surrounding area, with WD-40 and give it time to work its magic. Avoid getting WD-40 on the fabric of your shoes, as it may damage some surfaces. WD-40 will only need a minute—give or take—to work its magic after which you’ll be easily able to wipe the gum away with a rag or piece of cloth. If the gum doesn’t come off easily, there’s no need for elbow grease, for all you need to do is repeat the process. Once you’ve gotten rid of the gum, clean the sole of your shoe so that no traces of WD-40 are left and…that’s it—it’s done!

  • William William on Apr 10, 2019


  • Stolzy Stolzy on Jun 20, 2021


Your comment...