89 questions from our users
Can gumption be used on chrome to get rid of rust?
Hi Ken, I think one of the other Gumption product reviewers has used it for that purpose. I'm not sure if they specify a specific technique so maybe contact them. Regards, Craig
of course it gets rid of rust but in your instance the chrome has either been split, peeled off and the bare metal exposed, you can get rid of the rust but it will come back unless you do thye following steps, after cleaning the rust off spray it with a protective substance so the air doesn't get to it.
will Gumption remove hair dye stained on a laminate bathroom cupboard door?
Hi Tracy I would not use Gumption for that job as it is slightly abrasive.
I have had the same problem in the recent past and used a drop or two of gel bleach (toilet duck).
Mine was beige laminate, apply than keep your eye on it for a minute or two then wipe off with a wet chux or cotton cloth.
I also repeated the above as I noticed it was working.
This should reduce or eliminate the dye.
*Would not use bleach gel on dark laminate just in case it over processes on the area.
Can Gumption be used to clean an iron / enamel bath that has been resurfaced?
One of the main ingredients in this product is baking soda so it is very mildly abrasive.
Regarding the iron, I would not use it on a Teflon® type coating, stainless steel is fine.
The product is fine for bath enamel.
Can I use gumption on glass shower screen to remove the build up of soap scum without damaging the glass? Also can it be used on polished ceaser stone bench tops?
Will gumption clean up black spots on tile grouting? Is it available in Europe - UK, France or Switzerland?
I have a new laminex wood grain look alike kitchen bench,I have water and wipe marks that I cant get off, builder has looked at it, suggests the kitchen manufactuer look at it,would gumpton to safe to use or will it damage my laminex even further I fear having to repalce my bench tops Thanks
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