Method 1: Using Compressed Air, Dishcloth, Dish Soap, and a Scraper
Step 1: spray compressed air onto the gum until the gum freezes and is no longer sticky. It is best to act quickly in order to prevent the gum from sticking permanently. Alternatively, you can use a bag of ice to freeze the gum.
Step 2: take the scraper or a butter knife to scrape off the gum as best as you can. The gum would come off in pieces so also grab a tissue to collect any pieces that fall off.
Step 3: When the gum comes off, vacuum away the remaining residue with a handheld vacuum.
Step 4: soak a cloth in warm soapy water and gently rub it over the area where the gum was stuck on the furniture. This will ensure that all remaining gum comes off completely and the surface gets cleaned. Then, dry the stain with a fan.
Method 2: Use Duct Tape
Step 1: cut off a piece of extra-strong duct tape and apply it directly to the gum stuck to the furniture. Apply pressure and once it sticks to the gum, pull it off.
Step 2: Repeat the procedure until all the gum comes off.
Method 3: Use a Microfiber Cloth and Solvent-based Tar
Step 1: take a clean microfiber cloth and spray it with a copious amount of adhesive remover or solvent-based tar.
Step 2: Apply the cloth onto the affected area but first ensure that it does not cause discoloration by applying it to a small portion. When using it to remove the gum, apply pressure to the cloth and rub in a circular motion. This should remove the gum from the furniture.