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Glue, chewing gum, adhesive tape and tree resin residue

Terracotta, quarry tiles and brick

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Removing chewing gum and glue from floors can prove to be a difficult task, particularly because scraping the surface can end up damaging it. Read the following suggestions on how to easily and effectively remove chewing gum and glue from a terracotta or quarry tile floor.

Apply FILAPS87 Heavy Duty Cleaner, diluted approximately 1:5. Scrub vigorously with an abrasive pad and rinse thoroughly. 

For treated indoor floors, the protective treatment should be reapplied after cleaning.