If you happen to get gum on your carpet, you don’t have to cut into the fibers of your carpet to solve the issue.
Instead follow our advice on how to remove gum from carpet with white vinegar, no need to use those scissors…:
- Place a plastic bag full of ice cubes over the gum until it is frozen.
- Use a metal spatula or metal spoon to remove the frozen gum,
- If some residue is left behind, you can clean that up using a few drops of a solution made of liquid soap and white vinegar, you can always apply those directly.
- After you dampen the area, scrub the spot with a microfiber cloth until all the gum is removed completely.
And, done. Just wait for your carpet to dry, which shouldn’t take long.