Heavy Duty Remover

Are Goof Off® Heavy Duty Removers safe on plastics?

Goof Off® Heavy Duty Removers are safe on most plastics. Always try the product in a small, inconspicuous test area first. It can damage acrylic and styrene plastics, which are typically clear, though some bathtubs, showers and windowsills are acrylic.


Are Goof Off® Heavy Duty Removers safe for automobile windows?

Yes, but always test a small, inconspicuous area first to check for compatibility. Goof Off® Heavy Duty Removers could damage some aftermarket tint jobs.


Can I use Goof Off® Heavy Duty on carpet?

Yes, but always test in a small, inconspicuous spot first to ensure there’s no damage.


Can I use Goof Off® Heavy Duty on clothing?

Yes, but always test in a small, inconspicuous spot first to ensure there’s no damage. It’s not recommended for use on leather, suede or silk.


Can I use Goof Off® Heavy Duty on an automobile finish?

Always test in a small, inconspicuous spot first to ensure there’s no damage.


Will Goof Off® Heavy Duty remove latex paint?

It will remove wet latex paint easily, but the more cured it is the harder it will be. Once cured, apply the product liberally, let it soften the paint for a few minutes and then scrub the spot with a stiff brush, Scotch-Brite pad or a course rag. Do not use any harsh abrasive scrub pad or brush on any surface that you don’t want etched or damaged.


I need to remove gum/glue/ink/marker from a drier. Can I use Goof Off® Heavy Duty?

Yes.


Can I use Goof Off® Heavy Duty on granite or marble countertops?

Always test the product in a small, inconspicuous spot first. Cleaners and solvents can remove some stone polishes.


Can I use Goof Off® Heavy Duty on leather car seats to remove ink/glue?

No, this is not recommended.


Is it safe to use Goof Off® Heavy Duty on acrylic plastics?

Yes, it’s safe on acrylic plastics.


Is Goof Off® Heavy Duty safe for stainless steel surfaces?

Yes, Heavy Duty is safe for stainless and all metal surfaces.