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Homemade Goo-Gone smells better and is cheaper and less toxic than the store-bought. 1 part vegetable oil plus 1 part baking soda. Mix, apply, let sit for 5-10 minutes before rinsing with warm water. Removes sticky labels and other sticky gunk.
This covers everything from removing price tags to candles to removing sticky label residue to removing that heavy branding printed directly on alcohol bottles! And you probably already have everything in at home to make it happen.
30 Helpful Items To Remove Sticky Adhesive Goo: Nail Polish Remover Petroleum Jelly Toothpaste Hand Lotion Hair Spray Baby Oil (mineral oil) Vinegar (soak cloth, apply to goo then leave for awhile–even overnight) Rubbing Alcohol Windex Baking Soda & Water Paste (just rub gently into the goo, then wipe off with a warm wet cloth)...to name a few
Yep, just Vegetable Oil and Baking Soda! - cleaning labels off any jar . I just tried this to take the sticker residue off the front of my microwave (after 4 years!) and it worked! No abrasions or film leftover.
OxiClean makes labels float right off! I got this little jewel from my brewmeister husband. When he bottles his own beer, he collects beer bottles from neighbors, co-workers, anyone who would be willing to give them up. Of course they all have labels on them and scrubbing them off is a pain in …