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Tips : Home : Kitchen Last Updated: Mar 19th, 2010 - 11:39:35

Tips to remove Stickers and Sticky Labels
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Jun 11, 2006, 14:48



Finger Nail Polish Remover will work to remove sticky labels. I use it all the time to remove price stickers on the bottom of shoes. (Lynn Reid)

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Apply baby oil to the sticker and let it sit for a while. Then use a nylon scrubby to rub it off and wipe clean with a cloth.

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You can use lighter fluid to remover stickers from glass objects. Just be sure to wash the area with soap after.

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Eucalyptus oil is great for removing stickers off anything. (anon)

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Remove sticky labels with anything greasy. Cooking oil, margarine, mayonnaise, peanut butter, etc. Apply to the label or adhesive and let sit. Wipe off with window cleaner. (Anon)

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To remove pesky stickers- i.e.. price tags etc. .. run a hot hair dryer over the sticker for 20 - 30 seconds and peel away should remove the sticker cleanly with no residue. (chris) A dab of WD-40 will easily remove stickers or price labels from glass, including crystal. (Darcy)




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