It works on both hard surfaces and fabrics; for hard surfaces, you apply it then use an old credit card (or similar tool) to scrape off any particularly stubborn residue (sometimes, you just have to rub it on). On fabrics, you apply, blot, then wash with soap and water.
Promising reviews: “This stuff is amazing. So far, I have used it to remove heavy adhesive from a tile floor where we had previously had an adhesive cover for a wire running across the area. I applied Goo Gone, scraped the majority of the adhesive and fibers off, then wiped off the remaining residue with a paper towel.
Additionally, I used it to clean grease off of wood veneer cabinets using a paper towel, and it was so effortless! We have a microwave above the stove, and I also used Goo Gone to clean grease from the exhaust vents, which was so much easier than ever before.” —Cass
“My 9-year-old daughter turned my house into a slime lab. Words can’t describe the damage this human did to our carpet and furniture. But then I discovered Goo Gone and our life took a turn. I cleaned a dry glue stain (hot glue gun) from my beloved bench. It removed dry slime from carpets. When you start cleaning your house with it you won’t be able to stop until you removed all glue stains your kids have made.” —MasonK84
Get a bottle on Amazon for $8.08.