Removing Bathmat Adhesive from Tub

By Doreen Baker 4

How to get the adhesive left in the bath tub, when you remove a bath mat, off?

By maacah from Cranbrook, BC Canada

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By OliveOyl 602 Flag

August 7, 2009

If it's a porcelain tub you can scrape off the residue with a single edge razor blade. I would not try that on fiberglass.

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By Earlene 1 Flag

August 8, 2009

Rubbing alcohol has taken adhesive residue off my bathroom sink after I removed one of those sink skirts. I'm not sure what type of tub you have, but you might want to check with the manufacturer before trying anything.

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By Sarah Leach 10 150 Flag

August 12, 2009

Goof-Off is an inexpensive solvent that won't etch your fiberglass tub and is totally safe on most surfaces.

We use it all the time (my husband uses it to remose the stickers from sheets of glass and other items he uses in his artwork)

It's fantastic.

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