How can we remove sticky goo from non-slip decals from a shower floor?


We removed ugly rubber non-slip decals from our shower floor but are having a terrible time getting the left-over stickumgoo off. Have tried goo gone, various heavy-duty sprays, scrubbed with Comet, and many other things. We're at a loss.

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  • Penne Johnson Penne Johnson on Jul 08, 2019

    My go to for this is Goo Off, you might have to do it a couple times, but it comes in spray, or drops from bottle. Good luck. Maybe you meant goo off instead of goo gone.

  • Maybe try a magic eraser?? I've also found scalding hot water and rubbing with something abrasive (wear gloves to protect hands) can get sticky residue off

  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Jul 08, 2019

    Hi Pamela,

    I use WD-40 for situations like you're describing. There are so many uses for WD-40 that we don't think about. I started using it more last year and realized that it's a very versatile product. Wishing you the best.

  • Don Bistrow Don Bistrow on Jul 08, 2019

    I'd try Goo Gone adhesive remover in a spray bottle. Available at Amazon.

  • Sharon Sharon on Jul 15, 2019

    I would use some Easy Off Fume-Free Oven Cleaner in the blue can. give it a good spray and let sit 20 mins, then use a round plastic scrubby to remove the gunk.

    • Pamela Pamela on Jul 15, 2019

      Never thought of this. I'll give it a try. Thank you!