Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 50
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by CK Ruined Copper Mug
Goof Off may very well remove sticker residue off many surfaces, but because it contains Acetone and Xylene the aggressive solvents will ruin MANY MANY surfaces. Used it to remove price sticker from brand new copper mugs. In a matter of seconds the sticker was removed but also splotchy removal of the copper clear coat. Brand new copper mugs ruined!
I'd be careful using this on anything other than uncoated metal, glass, ceramics, porcelain tile, etc-- basically only use it on surfaces that are nearly impossible to damage with solvent.
July 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SkyBeam Cool Stuff!!
This is cool stuff! I am remodeling and painting. My stainless steel sink looked awful with the paint stains and blotches. Went online searching for something to clean my sink and counters. Saw a recommendation for this Goof Off so I ordered some to try. It works great!! Took all the blotches away and softened the paint to where it wiped away. I have used this on my countertops...A OK, on my stove...A OK, and on the microwave....A OK! All areas cleaned right up and the paint softened so it could be wiped away. I did use it on a side piece of plastic and it took some of the black coloring off along with the paint blotches. Small price to pay with all the paint drips I had. (I am far from the neatest painter) I read that it removes many other stains and look forward to trying it in other areas. For this review, it works great on month old dried Latex paint removal.
June 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CIN1234 Remove Spray Paint from Concrete
DIY project gone wrong--wanted to spray paint a picture frame. In my youthful enthusiasm I neglected to put down a layer of newspaper to protect my landlord's driveway. Shiny gold outline of large-ish frame... Not good. This product got rid of it. I had to apply a large amount of the spray directly (wiping didn't cut it), but the paint was gone. I would say that this was on a rough blacktop that is really old and in bad condition. This product did slightly discolor the blacktop, but the rest is in such bad shape it's not noticeable. Probably be careful if you're using this on a nice surface.
January 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LJinFL Paint cleanup
Recently had pool resurfaced, but painted the deck myself with Behr concrete stain - 2 coats. Anyway, I used the goof off to clean the splatter on the bricks and pool cage. After I realized this was happening, I covered the bricks with cardboard, but some paint 'dots' got through. I would recommend a "test" spot in a hidden area of whatever you're cleaning because goof off may also take off finish below your target. I learned the hard way!
April 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AndrewA Fantastic remover of Deck Stain off of siding
Was trying to removed dark red/brown deck stain that I got on white vinyl siding. It was done when I first moved in about 6 years ago and never cleaned it up until now. First I tried gas and some WD40 thinking it would help, it barely removed anything after scrubbing pretty hard. Then I got Goof Off and within seconds it was coming off with light scrubbing! It saved the day and worked awesome! I did wear gloves when using this and was safe using it as it has a strong odor. But A+ on removing deck stain from vinyl.
November 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RednexToyz Takes the goofs off
Just as its name implies ... goof off. Removes all sorts of things. I use it to loosen gummed up tape residue and road tar.
October 8, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Imperial 16 OZ. PROFESSIONAL STRENGTH REMOVER
I purchased new windows and then had my home painted and it cleaned the paint splashed on the new sills leaving them beautiful with no problems of leaving stains or any other marks. Great product. Will always have a can/bottle around both my homes...
October 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MonsterRepair Tape Residue
Excellent solvent to remove tape and sticker adhesive residue from solid surfaces. Leaves very little cleaner residue, only requiring a light mild detergent or solvent rinse prior to application of new product.
October 6, 2015