Removing Gums On Your Carpet

Chewing gums can be very tasty. Chewing them can bring you back to those days where you and your childhood friends are happily enjoying the sun while chewing on your gums. It is a well known fact that after chewing the gum, you should put it on something like its wrapper or a piece of paper and throw it away in the trash bin. However, there are still people out there who simply can’t comprehend this idea and just throw their gums anywhere. This can cause the gum to stick on to your shoes or your carpet. If you’re wondering how to remove a gum on your precious carpet, here’s a blog which can help you get rid of it.

Always Check Your Carpet

Checking the state of your carpet is essential so you can easily spot if there’s some stain on top of it, or if it has received some damage. Also, by checking it you will know if dust has accumulated on top of it and if it’s time for some cleaning.

Steps On How To Remove A Chewing Gum On Your Carpet

Chewing gums can be tasty, but it can also be a very sticky and hard thing to remove, especially if it has been stuck on something for too long. Good thing we know how to remove it with just the right materials. Here are the steps you should follow to successfully remove a gum on your carpet:

Materials Needed:

  • Ziploc bag
  • Ice cubes
  • Blunt object like spatula
  • Vacuum
  • Solvent
  • White cloth or towel
  • Lukewarm water


  1. Rub the spot where the chewing gum has stuck with a bag of Ziploc filled with ice cubes until the stain hardens or is cool enough to shatter.
  2. Shatter it using a blunt object like your spatula.
  3. Then, vacuum the residues or shattered pieces.
  4. Apply a small amount of your solvent on the area and smudge it with your white cloth.
  5. Soak your white cloth in lukewarm water.
  6. Rinse the area by smudging the soaked white cloth on it.

By following these simple steps, you can now easily remove chewing gums or materials alike that have stuck on your carpet.

Always Clean Your Carpet

In order to avoid you and your family from acquiring respiratory problems, remember to always keep your carpet clean. A clean carpet can lead to a healthier body and an aesthetically looking room. To add more, cleaning your carpet can lengthen its life and extend the benefits it can give you. You don’t always need to call on some professional carpet cleaning company to clean your carpet, sometimes all you need is a homemade solution, a vacuum, some cleaning materials, and a little patience, then you’ll have a nice and clean carpet in no time. There are other ways of keeping your carpet clean – such as disinfecting it once a week, spot cleaning your carpet, and vacuuming once in every two weeks.