How do you remove stickiness from books where old stickers have been removed?
By Valdnada from Norfolk, NE
The only thing I've ever used is Goo Gone. One bottles lasts for years! (04/21/2009)
I totally agree with jannieb, Goo Gone is GREAT! I am copying my post from several months ago about my method for using this product.
I absolutely LOVE the product Goo Gone! I use it a lot! I have discovered a very economical way to use this product. First, I buy the large package of cotton swabs at the Dollar Tree for $1.00. There were 300 swabs in the package that I purchased.
Second, you can find a small bottle of Goo Gone also at the Dollar Tree. When I need to use Goo Gone, I simply put the tip of the cotton swab at the opening of the Goo Gone. I put just enough Goo Gone to fill the tip and begin using the loaded cotton swab on the stickiness that I need to remove. I use the stem of the swab as my tool to work the sticky off the surface.
If I don't need to use the other end, I just pop the swab into two pieces and discard the used side. I save the other end for the next time.
Source: Me. I hated getting the stickiness on my hands and knew that there had to be a better way and not waste so much of the product.
Hope you try this product and like it as much as I do.
Goo Gone is an excellent product to remove stickers and price tags from many different materials. I prefer the spray but the liquid works well also. You can buy Goo Gone at most hardware stores or Walmart near the paint supplies. (04/28/2009)
Yes! Goo Gone. I work in a library and that's what we use on the library books. (04/28/2009)
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