88 questions from our users
Can I use this to clean my Essastone Benchtop which has some old aged strains. Will it affect the stone ?
Is Gumption safe to use on golf cart perspex windscreens
I've never used it on Perspex! The trick with Gumption is to always wet the area you wish to clean first, then use a wet cloth with a small amount of Gumption on it, like a 'smear' and apply gentle force BUT I'd imagine Perspex is easy to scratch, so remember Gumption IS abrasive, albeit a very fine abrasive. Perhaps try a VERY small section first but if in doubt, don't!
Can you use this on Marble tile to clean the grout without damaging the marble?
I've not used Gumption on marble but I have used it on glass and stone benchtops, what I do is Wet the surface I'm cleaning first then use a wet cloth (paper towel) then apply some Gumption and use light to moderate pressure. I'd imagine marble tiles are pretty tough. Just Do Not use a scourer pad as Gumption is already a very fine abrasive. Ive even used gumption on a glass splashback to remove grease, the trick is, wet the surface you're cleaning first.
Does it remove mould build up in the bathroom and what about any anti-viral activity??
What are the ingredients in gumtion
Gumption is available at Coles, Woolworths, IGA and I recently saw it in the Reject Shop, go read the label. Omg. Lol.
In Google, type in: What are the ingredients in Gumption. There is a downloadable PDF that explains everything about Gumption. It is a non-toxic product.
Can you use gumption on waterline and above on our fibreglass swimming pool it's salt chlorinated
I saw the YouTube video that showed this product being used on porcelain floor. My question is: Is it safe for the finish of glossy porcelain floor tile?
Yes - it is safe. Apply it using a micro fibre (soft) cloth. Damage (ie. dulling the glaze) to the surface of a porcelain tile will only occur if you use the wrong application such as scrubbing too hard with a metal type scourer, etc. I have cleaned hundreds of bathrooms and kitchens and floors - and I have never damaged any surface using Gumption. The only place you must pay absolute attention is on metal surfaces with paint - like a cooktop and oven. If you use Gumption to clean the wording (ie. the temperature settings or burner indicators) the printed details will wipe straight off!
Can you use Gumption to remove old paint from around brushed chrome door handles? And to clean chrome bathroom fixtures?
If the paint is on the brushed chrome handle I would suggest trying Gumption on a damp Magic Eraser (in your cleaning aisle at Woolies/Coles, etc), and if that does not work then I would buy some steel wool pads (about $1.50 in the cleaning aisle) and try cleaning with those, with a small amount of Gumption. I have cleaned paint on brushed chrome and brushed stainless steel using steel wool pads and Gumption (even just the steel wool itself should be enough). Just be careful to work the steel wool pads on the brushed chrome only, ie. protect the surrounding surfaces so you do not scratch them. And then use a micro fibre or Chux type cloth to rinse and wipe away the Gumption when paint has been cleaned away.
Oops - yes, absolutely do use the Gumption on chrome surfaces in your bathroom. It is fantastic! And use a Magic Eraser as it will cut your cleaning time down. And dry with microfibre cloths ($4 for a packet at Reject Shop, etc).
Can I use Gumption on the inside of a pan? I cook a lot of brown rice and it leaves a scummy residue that I cannot seem to remove even with the dishwasher on a 'heavy' hot wash, I have scrubbed it with washing up liquid and a scourer (not metal) and it won't budge!!
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