Cleaning Sticky Residue from a Mirror

Cleaning sticky residue from a mirror can be trying. This is a guide about cleaning sticky residue from a mirror.

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Question: Tape Residue on Mirrored Wall

By Kris 3

Any idea how to remove scotch tape residue from a mirrored wall?

Kris from Randolph, MA

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By Tammy 9 45 Flag

March 10, 2009

Plain old rubbing alcohol works great. I use cotton balls & just rub it away.

Tammy

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Question: Removing Sticky Label Residue from a Mirror

I bought a large wall mirror and after removing the label there's a sticky residue that I can't take off. I tried alcohol and nail polish remover. Thanks

By Letty

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By Cynthia 1 5 Flag

June 27, 2011

Try GooBGone. Works for me.

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Question: Cleaning Sticky Residue from a Mirror

By Joyce 1

How do I clean tape residue off mirrors? Tape was used on the mirrors in china cabinet. The tape was removed, but residue remains.

By Joyce

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By Sandy 8 25 Flag

July 21, 2010

Try using a dryer sheet. It will clean the sticky gunk left by fabric softener in your washer. And I used it to clean gum stuck inside the drum of my dryer. It might work on your mirror. Worth a try!

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