My carboy has been sitting in the basement in the mid to low 70's. Yesterday I took a reading and it was only at 1.014, so I took it upstairs into my kitchen where it would be a little warmer and swirled her around to stir and wake up the yeast. I was happy to see that there were some signs of fermentation, so I let it sit over night hoping it would have knocked off that extra 4 GUs. Needless to same the gravity did not change. I swirlled it around again and it is showing minor signs of yeast activity. I am wondering if this is a good way to get my yeast to eat up the rest of the sugar, or at least not a bad way. I don't see any reason why they would not be able to celar it to 1.010, there should not be many non-fermentables in there.