1. Washing Soda
First, fill your kitchen sink with hot water, poured in about a cup of washing soda.
Then about half an hour, and you can see the label almost slid right off from the bottle.
Give the bottle a quick rinse, and dried it off. Then there’s no label remnant or residue whatsoever.
The fat content in peanut butter is very effective at dissolving sticker adhesive.
Just smear a thick layer across the sticker you want to remove and let it sit for an hour or so.
After the wait, you should be able to wipe the sticker and adhesive right off!
3. Hair Dryer
If you have a hair dryer at home, use it!
It’s one of the easiest and cleanest ways to remove a sticker from almost anything.
Just turn the hair dryer on, hold it close to the sticker, and keep it in place for about 30 seconds.
The sticker should peel away easily! Add 30 more seconds of heat to that if it’s still giving you trouble.
4. Pencil Eraser
If you’ve removed the paper part of a sticker but can’t get the adhesive residue off, grab a pencil eraser. The grippy rubber will help drag the adhesive away from the surface, so you can scrape it off more easily.
Alcohol is another item that effectively dissolves sticker adhesive. You can use several different alcohol-based products for this purpose, including cheap vodka, rubbing alcohol, and nail polish remover.
Soak a paper towel in your alcohol-based product of choice and wrap it around the sticker you want to remove. Let it sit for a half hour or so, then wipe the sticker and adhesive away.
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This post was written by matt hawkins