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Residue of glue, chewing gum, adhesive tape and tree resin

Terracotta, quarry tiles and brick

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Removing chewing gum and glue from floors is not at all easy, because scraping the surface can damage it. We give some suggestions on how to remove chewing gum and glue from a terracotta or quarry tile floor easily and effectively.

Apply FILAPS87 (diluted approx. 1:3 on surfaces previously dampened with water), and rub energetically with an abrasive green sponge. Rinse thoroughly.

To remove surface residue, you can also use FILAZERO SIL*: apply the undiluted product over the entire stain, leave it to act for 20 minutes, then scrape it off with the spatula included in the kit. You can then pick up the residue with paper towel or a cloth.

For treated indoors floors, the protective treatment should be restored after cleaning.

 

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