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Citrus Gel Training Guide

Citrus Gel

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SAFETY GUIDELINES:

1. Wear rubber gloves. (Suggestion Only)

2. Wear safety glasses. (Suggestion Only)

3. No need for special ventilation. Turn on vent fans or open nearby window if necessary. (Suggestion Only)

SURFACES NOT TO BE USED ON:

Do not use on silk, satin, velvet, leather, suede, latex, painted or varnished wood surfaces. The product may dull some plastics.

PROHIBITED SURFACE PRECAUTIONS AND PROCEDURES:

1. Use wide tape to tape areas of surfaces that product is no to be used on.

2. Wipe product off any prohibited surfaces immediately with a clean cloth dampened with water.

ACCEPTABLE SURFACES TO BE USED ON:

Can be used on carpets, most fabrics (except for fabrics listed above), glass, metals, most plastics (test inconspicuous spot first), granite, marble.

HOW TO USE:

1. Adhesives on solid surfaces –

Shake bottle well. Apply gel to clean towel. Start rubbing gel onto adhesive continuing to rub while letting gel soak into adhesive. If gel starts to dry up as you rub reapply more gel to your towel and keep rubbing until the adhesive comes off. Hard baked on adhesives take a little longer and you may need to reapply the gel 2-3 times while continuing to rub. The adhesive will come off.

2. Adhesives and stains in carpet and on fabrics –

Note: Before cleaning test gel on surface before using. Apply a small amount of product to an inconspicuous area. If surface mars, dulls, discolors, fades or fiber color transfers to a white cloth, do not use.

A. Shake before use.
B. Remove solids and blot excess liquids with a clean, white absorbent cloth.
C. Apply gel. Do not over wet the carpet.
D. Agitate lightly with Brush/ Scraper. Work from the outside of the spot to the center.
E. Allow 1 to 3 minutes dwell time.
F. Blot with a clean, white absorbent cloth. Use a Brush/Scraper with a tamping action.
G. Rinse well with water and blot dry.

3. Gum removal - Shake bottle well. Apply the gel to an old towel or thick paper towel. Rub some gel on the gum. Either use a spackle knife to scrape the majority of gum off or start pulling the gum off with the towel to get the majority off. Once most of the gum is off reapply more gel to the towel and rub onto the remaining gum residue. Continue to reapply and rub until the gum residue is removed.

Note: For carpets use a pulling action to remove the gum. Apply gel to the towel and keep lightly pulling the gum out of the carpet until it is removed. Use this technique for fabrics also. Rinse well with water and blot dry.