How Do You Remove Mouse Trap Glue From Furnishings?
If your pet or child had an unfortunate run in with a sticky trap intended for a rodent, the mess may have spread around the house before you even realized what has happened. It may seem like an overwhelming task to remove that sticky adhesive from multiple surfaces, but fortunately there are some simple techniques that will work on almost anything. Vegetable Oil Method You Will Need: • Paper towels • Vegetable oil • Clean cloths • Spoon Steps to Remove the Glue: • Before you use any products on your furnishings or décor, make sure to spot test it in a hidden place. • Vegetable oil is one of the safest ways to remove adhesive from surfaces. For surfaces that you don’t want to get oily, such as carpet, clean with the vinegar method found below. • Put vegetable oil directly onto a paper towel. • Cover the adhesive with the oil-soaked paper towel and allow it to sit for a few minutes. The oil on the towel will begin to soften the glue. • Scrub or blot the adhesive stained spot with a clea