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20 Methods To Remove Sticky Adhesive Goo & Gunk From Various Surfaces Read more: http://removeandreplace.com/2015/01/10/20-methods-to-remove-sticky-adhesive-goo-gunk-from-various-surfaces/#ixzz3OSipRNhN

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DIY Goo Gone

DIY Goo Gone- This actually works really well. I used it tonight on glass...used a scrubby sponge and it came right off! It didn't work as well on plastic, but it did help.

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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.

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Removing Sticky Labels and Glue Residue from Jars

Removing sticky labels and glue reside from glass jars and bottles without chemicals. This is such a handy tip! #householdtip

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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

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How to make Homemade Goo Remover

How to make Homemade Goo Remover! This stuff is like magic! Removes grease, stickers, crayon and more! (AND it's food safe!)

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How to Remove Sticky Labels from Glass Jars

How to Remove Sticky Labels from Glass Jars - remove the labels easily and above all NATURALLY, simple home ingredients to help you get crafty!

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Removing sticky residue from various surfaces can be a challenge. Things like packing tape, stickers from price tags, advertisement labels, packing glue, masking tape, and more can leave a nasty sticky substance behind. It can be a gooey residue blob of mess that is not easy to remove. Here’s a list of 20 items that … … Continue reading →

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How to Remove Sticker Residue from Clothing

How to remove sticker residue from clothing... even those stickers that have gone through the wash! Squeeze Dawn Dish Soap on sticky residue, let sit 10 - 15 minutes, use a butter knife or credit card to gently scrape away all the gummy stuff. If there's any remaining residue, heat up your iron (regular, curling iron, flat iron) & put a paper towel in between the shirt and iron for 2 seconds and scratch off with your fingernail. Launder as usual.

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10 Uses for Vinegar

How to remove stubborn stickers, decals and price tags affixed to glass, plastic, or wood. Dab with vinegar, scrape the surface clean, then rub the area with more vinegar to remove any sticky residue. | Photo: Nancy Andrews | thisoldhouse.com

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