Gum Stopper

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Gum Stopper is an environmentally friendly non-toxic chewing gum repellent for commercial use on high footfall floors and even, if required, walls.

Why struggle cleaning up chewing gum again and again? It's not only time consuming but hard work, and most chewing gums leave terrible stains behind too. Even if you do manage to clean it up, not only will the stains annoy you, but the gum will most likely be there again a few days later!

Treat any hard surface with Gum Stopper– it's really easy - all you do is roll or brush on our gum repellent liquid formula and allow a short drying time. Your floor area is now protected by our virtually invisible treatment!

Cleaning any new offending chewing gum after treatment is easy; simply use a plastic scraper and the gum will easily peel off. No more nasty chemicals or gum freeze canisters, and no more unsightly hallways and shop entrances. After treatment, should any gum stick on the surface, it is easily peeled off by hand.

Benefits: 

Years of protection from our Solvent & Silicone free product against-

  • Chewing gum
  • Water
  • Oil
  • Moss
  • Carbon particulates
  • Dirt
  • Bird droppings...and with added stain protection too!
 
Gum Stopper is almost invisible when dry. It is also:
 
  • water & oil repellent
  • stain resistant
  • abrasion resistant
  • non-hazardous
  • non-toxic
  • non-flammable
  • water based
  • environmentally friendly
  • non-staining
  • non-yellowing.
  • especially suited to high pedestrian traffic areas such as transport terminals
  • Easy to apply– just a brush or roller onto a contamination free surface
 

Repels Much More

Gum Stopper not only repels chewing gum, it also repels:
  • airborne dirt
  • acid rain
  • smog
  • industrial pollutants
  • oil
  • grease
  • water
  • dust
  • organic growth (lichens & moss)

Use Gum Stopper For:

  • Marble
  • Limestone
  • Terracotta
  • Roof Tiles
  • Slate
  • Paving Stones
  • Concrete
  • Brick
  • Block Paving
  • Sandstone
  • Granite
  • Pavements
  • Pedestrian areas
  • Forecourts
  • Car Parks
  • Terraces
  • Floors or stairs
  • Outside pubs & clubs
  • Railway & Tube Stations